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Loren Dean (who i never heard of before this movie)was hilarious as the overfed, over-drugged, oversexed, imbecile, B-movie star, whose career is spinning out of control, Jamie Kennedy was okay as the straight man and Amy Smart looking stunning, loved the scene where Kyle Carey (Dean) finds out Amy Smart's(character)father is the head of Columbia studios and coked out of it, replies, "Who knew he had such a foxy daughter" and the Carey's philosophy on the "Law of the Jungle" priceless, the Jew references about his agent, "He's the the greediest Jew in town" and "put that Jew spin on it". This movie had me rolling the whole time, highly recommended!
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