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John C. McGinley
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Darryl Witherspoon is a young black college student who wants to win annual junior analyst competition, which can land him a job in a big brokerage company. He becomes a guinea pig for the drug developed at the college which is promised to heighten all senses by ten times. Written by
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Song for Lindy
Written by Fatboy Slim (as F. Slim)
Performed by Fatboy Slim (as Fat Boy Slim)
Published by PolyGram Music/Skratch
Administered by BMG
Courtesy of Astralwerks/Caroline Records Inc.
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I forget when the first time I saw this was, but I laughed a lot. When I went and rented it, I did it for another reason. Because of Myst III: Exile, I quickly became a big fan of Brad Dourif. When I remembered this movie, I had to see it again. This one was a big plus, because he had a bigger role in it than most movies. It was a nice bonus because there were other actors I was fans of in it as well. Matthew Lillard and David Spade are also people I'm fans of. Rip Torn did a very nice job. The Wayans guy was ok, I guess... :)
This movie had what I needed though. Hockey, girls, college, experimental drugs... Oops. I liked it.
Yea Brad Dourif!
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