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Jungle Brother (True Blue)
Written by Nathaniel Hall (as N. Hall), Michael Small (as M. Small) and Sammy Burwell (as S. Burwell)
Performed by Jungle Brothers
Published by Songs of PolyGram International, Inc.
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Just like any one of a hundred fart-joke inspired comedies trundled out every year this movie has it's moments and is at times very funny. Wayans is pretty good mainly because he can be ridiculous without over-acting and therefore becoming annoying. However, there is nothing here that you haven't seen before and to know exactly what's going to happen before it happens becomes tiresome. If you want low-budget comedy you'd be better off watching the inspired Ski School 2 or Happy Gilmore and give this one a miss.
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