The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants

DVD - 2005
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A story about a special summer in the lives of four lifelong friends who are separated for the first time. The young women find a pair of jeans that fits each of them perfectly and they decide to use the pants as a way of keeping in touch.
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, c2005
Edition: Full-screen ed
ISBN: 9781419802225
Branch Call Number: DVD SIS
Characteristics: 1 digital videodisc (119 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in


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Jun 18, 2020

This movie really reminds me of the old days with my girlfriends and I we were pretty tight. We had a sisterhood and were always very loyal to each other and shared our lives together no matter good or bad. Even though we have grown up and went our own ways we still are a sisterhood no matter what. We didn't have pants to help us solve our problems LOL but I mean some how we always stayed connected and always were there for each other whenever we needed one another. This movie brought back to those memories and they always fill me with great joy.

Nov 25, 2019

This is a wonderful movie that revolves around friends who "share" a pair of jeans. It's based on the books, which I really couldn't get into, but I loved the movie. There are scenes in this movie that make me cry every time I watch it and scenes that make me laugh. Loved it.

ArapahoeSarah Feb 25, 2019

Although it doesn't follow the book exactly, this is a fantastic adaptation of the book! This is one of my favorite movies on female friendship and summer adventure. It is uplifting and charming, yet able to convey impressive depth on difficult topics.

Sep 19, 2018

This comedy/drama stands out in my childhood as one of the first friendship based movies that I have ever seen. Bridget, Carmen, Lena and Tibby are all best friends that are spending the summer away from each other for the first time. Before leaving, the girls all go shopping and find a pair of jeans that fits each of them perfectly. They decide to mail the jeans from person to person over the summer while writing letters in order to keep everyone close. I found the movie pretty charming and thought that it had a nice concept even though some scenes were cheesy or dramatic. I would rate this movie 4/5 stars and recommend it for people to watch with their best friends.
- @The_Reviewer of the Hamilton Public Library Teen Review Board

I HAVE THIS MOVIE NOW I THOUGHT you don't have it anymore i remeber i have this movie i got it as a persent from my ant in 2009 this movie is really good i remeber it was on t.v before in 2005 this movie is a really good movie i bought the movie prince and me last week i can't belive you got ride of it i have the frist one on vhs and i barrowed the 2ed one you had before but i see you don't have it anymore i have also the movie crossroads starring britney spears now i never knew that britney spears started in a movie i mean i saw the music video and it had parts from the movie and i bought that movie in 2009 on vhs it is about a young girl who wanted to meet her own mom but her dad said not she asked him why but he didn't think it was a goid idea to meet her and so she set off with her friends to find he and when she found her she asked if she can come in i'm you daughter and she let her in and she asked why did she leave her and her dad anfd her mom told her that didn't never wanted her she said that her dad made her have her then she left her house and told her friends tht made me cry too i know you use to have Remeber me on dvd and i wanted to barrow it but then i bought it from the store in 2009 and i only watched it onec and thats it and i never watched it again cause it was sad because this one girl wasn't dress up as nicly as the rest of the girls she just wore a long dress and eveyone was making fun of her and they didn'yt like why she dressed like that but it because she had cancer but later she was partner with a boy and she said you have to promise me to not to fall in love and her dad didn't wanted him to be with her but she said they have to work together for school and later he is with his friends and they make fun of her along with him she ssaid so who am i walking y yourslef and they laughted they he went to her house and said it's cause if my friends but then he used to word gad and her dad step out later his friends saw him hanging out with her and punched him and his friend said wre threw do you hear me were threw but later after that they were together and he dad acepted his apollagy and they got married together they she died sad i know and i hve the movie tianic and it sad too i had that vhs scine 2007 and it always makes me cry too when jack dies i harly watch that movie too i watched it in gr. 9 and then i never watched it ever again untill 2012 summer time with my parents no netflex and i have the movie

What seemed to be a terrible movie, did not end up to be half bad. Contains really bad clothes and adult girl talk. Alexis Bledel did a fantastic job as being a woman. She was very moral, until the other girls had to strew that up. Not highly recommended. Hey, she even wore a dress! 1 point for GOD.

Jul 12, 2015

I saw part of the movie but it quit on me

triptophan May 20, 2014

Boring teenage movie . Don't bother wasting your time watching this garbage! The sisterhood of the traveling pants sux! I recommend Steel Magnolias with Julia Roberts and Terms of Endearment with Shirley Maclaine. The best movies I've ever seen. Rent those instead! And, another chick-flick movie, I recommend is: Now and Then with Rita Wilson. (Tom Hank's wife) That's also a good movie.

Jun 25, 2013

A real tear-jerker! I read the book(s) and was a little disappointed-but happy-with the changes to the story line. Word of advice - have a box of tissues on hand!

Mar 28, 2013

very good

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