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    I love Fried Green Tomatoes but I can't believe no one mentioned the all time best chick flick ever - Thelma and Louise.

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    I've always thought Thelma and Louise was overrated. Maybe I need to watch it again?

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    Um, hellooooo, naked Brad Pitt. Who cares about anything else!

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    I thought it was a bit overrated too. As for Brad Pitt shirtless...nowadays, yes, but I don't think Brad was much to look at back then Too skinny and hairless

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    I liked Thelma and Louise - I don't like movies that kill of the main characters though

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    Gosh I loved Thelma and Louise. I loved the themes of friendship and solidarity. I also love the characters and the scene with the truck driver.

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    How to make an American quilt is another good one (may have already been mentioned)

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    Oh, so did I, don't get me wrong. I just don't watch it as a feel good chick flick. I prefer a rom com for that kind of thing.

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    Gosh I loved Thelma and Louise. I loved the themes of friendship and solidarity. I also love the characters and the scene with the truck driver.

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    Safe haven and dear John!

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    Bridget Jones Diary, Love Actually and Mama Mia!!!! Think I'm going to revisit my favourite chick flicks soon


 

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