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Quirkyloon said…
She wasn't so squinty-eyed in those days of Jerry Maguire! I wonder what happened?

heh heh
Jenn Thorson said…
It's true. I was watching a film which described her as a "beautiful starlet" and I was sort of wondering if we were thinking of the same actress.
Dalton J. Fox said…
She was kinda hot in Empire Records, but other than that I've never thought she was all that. She's a decent actress usually though.
nonamedufus said…
Quirky: I dunno what yer talkin' about. heh, heh

Jenn: Yeah, but you know those "Diary" movies were kinda funny.

DJF: Didn't see that flick; was it good?
Jenn Thorson said…
It's true. I was watching a film which described her as a "beautiful starlet" and I was sort of wondering if we were thinking of the same actress.
Dalton J. Fox said…
She was kinda hot in Empire Records, but other than that I've never thought she was all that. She's a decent actress usually though.

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