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The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (Widescreen Edition)

Amber Tamblyn , Alexis Bledel , Ken Kwapis    PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)   DVD
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5.0 out of 5 stars Took me by surprise! Dec 28 2005
By C.
Last summer I saw this movie just because I felt like going out of the house. Being 26 years old I thought I had seen my faire share of teen flicks and I wasn't expecting much. This movie completely took me off guard. The stories are touching and are presented with such good taste. You really get into the girls' stories and they don't spend too much time on each girl so you don't get bored. EXCELLENT movie! HIGHLY recommended!
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5.0 out of 5 stars A sweet, intelligent, heart-warming film Aug. 25 2006
By Daniel Jolley TOP 50 REVIEWER
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants is sort of a teen chick flick, but I still wanted to see it. I have a few sensitive bones in my body, I still feel like a teenager in many ways, I'm a sucker for sentimental notions, and, man oh man, that Alexis Bledel sure is pretty. And the film has Amber "Joan of Arcadia" Tamblyn in it, too. I certainly wasn't going to let a little thing like testosterone keep me from enjoying this film.

This is basically a story about four best friends spending a summer apart and doing a lot of growing up in the process. Oh, it's also about a pair of magical jeans. Don't get hung up on that, though; if there's one thing this book isn't, it's silly. It is instead a very rich and meaningful film about each character's maturation and growing understanding of the important things in life. This is not to say these girls are all ready to put away girlish things; the summer changes each of them, but they're still normal, healthy young people with their whole lives ahead of them - but they will be better able to appreciate the ups and downs their futures surely hold.

The girls themselves, lifelong friends, are very different. Lena (Alexis Bledel) is shy and reserved, Carmen (America Ferrera) is down-to-earth but a little bit of an outsider, Tibby (Amber Tamblyn) is rather negative and rebellious, and Bridget (Blake Lively) is a boy-crazy blonde who looks and acts 25. On their last day together before parting ways for the summer, the girls discover an amazing pair of jeans that impossibly fits each of their very different bodies perfectly. The only logical explanation is a magical one, so the girls vow to share the jeans over the summer and report back on the great strokes of luck the jeans will surely bring them.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants-breathtaking Oct. 13 2005
By A Customer
I extremely enjoyed this movie and it is an exciting movie for women of all ages to watch. There were scenes where I cried and scenes where I laughed. Blake Lively was excellent in her role as Bridget as was America Ferrera in her role as Carmen! All in all I think that this was the best movie I have ever seen
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars not all that Jan. 8 2006
By A Customer
I saw this movie this weekend and was expecting so much more. Where I enjoyed the storyline for Lena and Carmen, I found the other two to be something I'd rather skip.
Where the Greek storyline (Lena) was heartwarming and interesting, the Mexican storyline (Bridget) was predictable and boring. Watching a character (Lena) going through the ups and downs of trying to please everyone around them as well as herself is much more interesting than watching a character (Bridget) lusting after a guy that she has no real chemistry with. Angst is all well and good, but the people playing the characters need to actually have the longing reach their eyes. They both looked kind of uninterested.
With the other two storylines, watching Carmen's struggle to try to reconnect with her father while not knowing how to communicate with him was far more interesting than Tibby's self centered woe-is-me, look how my friends deserted me attitude all summer. As soon as the young girl comes into the storyline (Tibby's) you know exactly what is about to happen to her and how it will affect Tibby. Too predictable. The only time she actually came to life is when her friends returned from their respective vacations. We're suppose to believe that this girl can't function at all without her friends? Unlikely.
I mean, come on. You shouldn't know exactly what's going to happen in a particular storyline before it appears on the screen. Both Tibby's and Bridget's storylines were just that. It was all I could do to not hit fast forward on my remote.
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By Dezzy
This movie was the best movie I've ever seen. It had a really good message and Kostas and Eric were soooooo Hot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This made the movie 10 times better .i DEFINETLY recomend you buy it. And the book is just as good.
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