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I love this movie. I saw it at the Taos Talking Picture Festival in 1995. I loved all the situations and witty banter between the characters. There are so many hilarious scenes. Who can forget the answering machine scenes (Don't Mess with the Message. It's the perfect message.), or the discussion of money on Star Trek. (Money is useless in space).
The cast is great with many famous actors/people(Timothy Leary and Adam Horovitz to name a few) as well as unknowns.
Highly recommend this if you can find it anywhere.
I'd buy it if I could find it.
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