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So you see, I got this chick back at my apartment, right. She thinks I'm her best friends brother.
Why the fuck does she think that?
Because I told her I was. It was the only way she'd come home with me.
Do you even know her best friend?
Of course not, I never know their best friend, but if they believe I know their best friends, then I'm like... Safe.
What the fuck you mean safe?
Safe, you know, it's like she wants to know you have something in common before she lets you in. It's kinda like ...
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During the credits there are additional scenes and outtakes, including: A joke involving Mia and a plumber, an ad-lib by Amanda Peet, several scenes featuring Eric talking to the camera and making a fool of himself in a disco, general shots of the cast bursting into laughter and/or breaking character. See more »
It just seems bizarre that someone read this script, and thought, "This is funny! I mean, it's so hilarious it just has to be made!" Who was this person? Is he or she the person really responsible for this? Are they the one's who owe me for my time, more so than the director/writer?
This film stinks in most every way possible. There's no one shred of good dialogue, and not one likable character. And the story...
I prefer the 2nd worst movie ever, Hulk Hogan's "No Hold's Barred" to this by quite a considerable degree. It seems almost Shakespearen in comparison.
The ending is padded out with several minutes of outtakes, and it's still under 80 minutes. The outtakes include cast members laughing at the 'hilarious' mistakes they've made, and things that went wrong on the set of this 'comedy.' Glad to see someone laughing in someway, with some connection to this 'film.'
Nothing in this film is funny. Nothing. It just goes on, and on. It's truly that lame. I love films that are so bad they're good. This is so bad it's...something, but I don't know what, and hopefully will never find out.
Amanda Peet doesn't suck outright, and is in fact the only half good thing about this wannabe film. But, that really means little.
Avoid at all costs.
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