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What a Heart Warming movie.

the tagline says it all really "the funniest movie ever to make you cry" it made me cry and i thought it was really lovely.
:rotten: :rotten: :rotten: :rotten: :rotten: A really bad chick flick that makes men look dumb, mean, or both. The only man in the film that these ladies like, is alot like a woman and we are suppose to belive that they will like men if they were more like women????:rolleyes: NO WAY. GET ME A BEER WOMAN AND I"LL GET YOURS THEN WE"LL BOTH MAKE DINNER. I"LL DO THE DISHES, WHILE YOU GET READY. WE"RE GOING OUT.

STEEL MAGNOLIAS
(HERBERT ROSS, 1989)
PG
1 HOUR 59 MINUTES
I watched 3/4 of it and I loved it. I hear the rest is really sad but I had to go to bed so I'll have to finish it someday
Thoroughly entertaining drama comedy, with an awesome cast and rich performances. Nicely defined characters, thoughtful direction. Very moving and touching. It's a bit trite but the cast completely wins the viewer over.
No other movie quite captures the essense of south living like Steel Magnolias. This movie has everything, hysterical comedy and satisfying dram. Everyone was great: Sally Field as M'Lyyn: a mother who still worries about her very grown up daughter; Julia Roberts as Shelby: a special young woman who feels that having a baby is worth risking everything; Dolly Parton as Truvy: a lonely beautician who brightens like a light bulb when her little shop is full of "hens"; Olympia Dukakis as Clariee: the town bigwig who loves to gossip; Daryl Hannah as Annelle: a religious young woman who drives her friend crazy with her sudden fits of prayer; and of course who can forget Shirley McLaine as Ousier: the grouchy old wretch who tows her pathetic dog around and mercilessly cusses out equally obnoxious Drum (Tom Skerrit). A satisfying movie for comedy and drama lovers alike. Totally feel good, yet real movie.

Steel Magnolias
This is the #1 chick flick. It does with women and it makes you cry, you gotta love it
The lack of a true plot is more than made up for by the excellent performances by the leading cast. Worth a look.
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