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Man I love Gator Face! Probably the coolest movie ever, without fail! I've never regretted watching it, and I've seen it at least 50 times! Great acting from the kids, from Bob in the swamp, from all the townsfolk of Vernon.
Man I love the town of Vernon. I seriously wish it existed in real life, so I could go and play pranks of the townsfolk like the kids do in the movie. Then I'd definitely go frolic about through the swamp with Gator Face.
'Gator Face: The Legend' is good for kids, teens, adults, and even old people!
Do yourself a favor and WATCH GATOR FACE!!!!! (I do...every day.)
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