19 October 2008 | pumpkin091
We watched because of the actors
but the reconstruction of the house was completely inane. Three women who didn't already have access to screwdrivers and knew nothing about nails are supposed to rehab a home as a fund-raising project, and it didn't occur to them to ask for help from anyone? Didn't time mean anything to them? Did anyone else think this was a worthy project? We didn't see them work much after pulling out a cabinet and framing a short wall, but at the end the home was beautiful and we learned the entire plumbing system had been redone on a home which should have needed nothing more than new fixtures. Yes, it was a metaphor, and they "grew" from the experience; I grew cranky, did some fast-forwarding, and I'm a woman. It gives "chick-flick" a bad name.