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There are too many things embarrassing about this movie. Ad-libbing in itself can be an art but this movie is just filled with rambling. Josh Evans rambling in the last scene with the green facial mask smeared on his face, Jesus, it was just too painful to endure. Alan Marshall started out bad but appeared to redeem himself as the movie progressed, it's easy when you're surrounded with actors this bad. There's a scene where's he's trying to open up to his successful producer father- Marshall could win an Oscar standing next to this guy. His father appeared to keep forgetting what he was suppose to be talking about, and so to fill space just kept repeating stupid taunts like "are you a f*gg*t" and "are you sucking cock". It was surreal and oh so, yes, embarrassing.
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