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This is an update of George Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion" that changes the genders of the main characters.Hannah Higgins attempts to turn blue-collar Boston beer vendor Elliot Doolittle into a viable candidate and inadvertently learns something of Elliot's side of life.All it would have taken was a moment of vulnerability, but the writers somehow just pushed things forward and patched the conflict with trivial dialogue. Stiles' character insulted Elliot several times, with bitter cruelty, and somehow he didn't have the sense to cut her out of his life.The whole thing was totally unrealistic and the writers seemed to try to get us to want to like Stiles' character although that was never remotely accomplished.

Near the beginning of the movie there was some hint at maybe there being some remote chance of a romance story line with the male lead getting a makeover from beer man neanderthal with a speech impediment - to a handsome suave man.The classic rock and roll song Dirty Water which plays during the bowling scene and at the end is the original 1966 version by the Standells.The lyrics include references to the pollution of the Charles River and Boston Harbor.She was beyond a doubt the ultimate narcissist, and put forth unredeemable abuse onto Elliot for his lack of 'refinedness'.And he kept overlooking how she was just a total witch. It's abuse, and just because the main character is a woman, doesn't mean her horrid behavior is ignorable.

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