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Feb 28, 2013 2:47PM
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Some love SJP and some do not.  I have never understood  why people find her appealing.  She seems arrogant  --   she is lucky to have Mathew Broderick who is more down to earth.  
Feb 28, 2013 3:10PM
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I really really don't understand why SJP is always on magazine covers and is adored by many, she is so unattractive, she looks like a horse.  Thank goodness the children look like their Dad.  Can someone please tell me why this woman is constantly in the magazines and paid to model, my word  there are so many attractive ladies, who need the money, she gets enough money through her acting (if you can call it that)?
Feb 28, 2013 3:23PM
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aahhh..all the ugly bloggers come out to criticize someone else's looks. I bet all of you are as ugly on the outside as you are on the inside...sad..
Feb 28, 2013 3:46PM
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Yeah, SJP is not to my likeing, either!
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Left behind: Deleted movie performances

By Sean Plummer

News filtered out of this year's Sundance Film Festival that Sarah Jessica Parker 's performance as Gloria Steinem in the Amanda Seyfried-starring biopic Lovelace has been left on the cutting room floor. Parker is far from the first actor to give their all onscreen, only to find their efforts dropped from the final cut. To that end, let's look at some of the most infamous edits in movie history.

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(Rex Features/Millennium Films)

 

 
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