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Perfect for You
Written by Prince B. (as A. Cordes) and C. Anderson
Performed by PM Dawn (as P.M. Dawn)
Published by MCA Music Publishing,
A Division of MCA Inc./Gee Street Music, Inc./Famous Music Corporation (ASCAP)
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Its easy for people to get hooked on the gross-out comedies like American Pie and Something about Mary, but when a comedy like this comes along and the actor is obviously having so much fun in the role that the jokes seem natural, its hard to pass 'Senseless' off as being anything but hilarious.
Marlon Wayans really has come about as an actor since Mo Money and that other movie I think it was called 'Dont go dissin your homeboy while drinkin yo juice in the hood', however Mathew Lillard cant seem to break away from that surfer dude retro generation exxer persona that we see in most of his films.
David Spade tries hard but Wayans upstages everyone.
9 out of 10
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