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Makes Charlotte look 10x more cool than it actually is.

That is all.

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I've always thought this myself.

However, the areas they filmed it are cool areas.

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lol y'all watched Shallow Hal.

*note to self: find Love Actually Director's Cut*

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lol y'all watched Shallow Hal.

*note to self: find Love Actually Director's Cut*

I'll watch it with you

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Two best Director's Cuts in the last 5 years are Kingdom of Heaven and Love Actually. OMG OMG OMG.

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Makes Charlotte look 10x more cool than it actually is.

That is all.

So your saying a Jack Black romance movie with the bald Seinfeld guy makes Charlotte look "cool" haha

Juwanna Mann ftw :D

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I've always thought this myself.

However, the areas they filmed it are cool areas.

I espesically liked the 4 minute cab right that took them about half a block to outside Champions on tryon.

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actually met gwyneth Paltrow while they were filming here

the fat one or the skinny one?

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In high school we used to loiter and drink and smoke at the Barclay Downs tennis courts where they filmed the pool scene.

We were stoned out of our minds slugging Natural Light watching Gwyneth Paltrow walk around in a fat suit.

Good times.

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