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I had absolutely NO IDEA as to what to expect from this film, but I ended up pleasantly surprised. Much of the film is uneven, to be sure, but several fun moments and a strong performance from Kristoffer Tabori kept me interested. Then, towards the end, the film suddenly made a sharp turn towards drama, and yet it did not seem out of place. In fact, it was most certainly a memorable finale, as well as the best part of the movie. I suppose this film did get a little too silly at times, but the hit-and-miss comedy and superb dramatic conclusion make it well worth your time.
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