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Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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GUYS LIKE GIRLS
Written by Charles Gray, Ned Leukhardt, Mark Moreland and Andy Prieboy (as Andrew Prieboy)
Performed by Wall of Voodoo
Music Corporation of America, Inc. (BMI) and Skeek Music
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The best movie ever made... If you like cheesy horror movies.
I love this movie, plain and simple. It's definitely not meant to be taken seriously, folks. The cheesy dialogue, the corny plot, and the horrible acting kept me in perpetual stitches throughout the whole movie. And who can forget the delivery of that title line? "Now, Paula, you're not CUTTING CLASS, are you?" (Ok, my quotation might not be verbatim). You have to see it to truly appreciate how hilariously awful it truly is. Everyone should see this film at least once, if not a million times.
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