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Yes, but with the possible exception of Chuck who thinks Lifetime is a great channel, you have a rather broad limit in that department.

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I mean, I thought it was.. meh.. but what turned me off was my wife bawling on the couch next to me. I don't think I helped much when at the end of the film I uttered "Really.. I mean really? Your crying after watching THAT?"

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Honestly, I'm humored by the episodes of 'Sex and the City' that I have seen (mostly from first and second season). I have yet to see the movie.

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Speaking of Sex and the City.. Saw 'Couples Retreat' on Sunday.. was ok.. although the 'Yoga' scene was hilarious (least to me).

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I mean, I thought it was.. meh.. but what turned me off was my wife bawling on the couch next to me. I don't think I helped much when at the end of the film I uttered "Really.. I mean really? Your crying after watching THAT?"
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Well, not really I've been on campus for 1.5 hrs now

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Don't know, man, you're not as "sensitive" as I thought! I enjoyed the movie when we saw it last year. Guess my feminine side was really strong that day
I went and took my lady to see Valentine's Day on Saturday night.

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It fits within my scope of "ckick flicks" - Sex and the City and Mama Mia do not, however!
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Speaking of Sex and the City.. Saw 'Couples Retreat' on Sunday.. was ok.. although the 'Yoga' scene was hilarious (least to me).
I thought that movie was OK too. Had a couple funny scenes but it was kinda boring.. and by kinda, I mean really.

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Yes, but with the possible exception of Chuck who thinks Lifetime is a great channel, you have a rather broad limit in that department.

Well, not sure I think Lifetime is a GREAT channel but I'm sure I said I liked it. There are as many movies on there that put women in a bad light as there are that put men in a bad light. I find "relationship" movies to be quite entertaining. Sometimes, though, it's the same old plot with not much of a dialogue improvement.





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Maybe something similar to that happen the night Ryan was drunk and racing on Forza. A family emergency.





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Well, not really I've been on campus for 1.5 hrs now

My 11:00 class got canceled so I don't have class til 12:30

Thinking about just going home for the day and working on stuff from there
That seems shitty. They can just cancel classes that you paid for ?!





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