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Oh, so what's Foster now, Amish? How nice for him. Someday he'll be able to grow a beard and it'll all make sense.
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"Deal of a Lifetime" almost makes it to second rate. Trying to be a teen "feel good" flick with a message, the film has a few "moments" but nothing to make it worth sitting through. It features Pollak and Rubin in silly roles, a couple of fresh faces with potential, and little else. Very passable.
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