Reviews by johnsoem
Charming
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A great, funny, sharply witty, and relatable show. Tells the story of mom Lorelei and daughter Rory (also Lorelei) their relationship with one another, the grandparents, their exes, and the loves that come and go. A great coming-of-age tale, with pop culture references that make even the most savvy work hard to catch them.
Charming
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A great, funny, sharply witty, and relatable show. Tells the story of mom Lorelei and daughter Rory (also Lorelei) their relationship with one another, the grandparents, their exes, and the loves that come and go. A great coming-of-age tale, with pop culture references that make even the most savvy work hard to catch them.
Funny and Charming
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A great, funny, sharply witty, and relatable show. Tells the story of mom Lorelei and daughter Rory (also Lorelei) their relationship with one another, the grandparents, their exes, and the loves that come and go. A great coming-of-age tale, with pop culture references that make even the most savvy work hard to catch them.
One of the best
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From start to finish you're kept on edge with this tightly wound thriller. The Coen brothers really outdid themselves, creating a world that feels real and personal, inhabited by characters who don't feel fake and a story that mirrors the book very well. Probably one of my favorite movies of all time.
Meh
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I wanted to love this movie, particularly with it's incredible production value and great acting talent, but it is anti-climactic and boring. Also, Dakota Fanning and her precociousness is obnoxious. Such great potential wasted.