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This movie seems like it will be terrible from the first glance. The tired story of a high school geek who sells his soul to the devil for a date with a cheerleader is not at all a unique one. Overall, the writing is pretty shoddy, yet somehow, a few really great lines managed to slip into this film. These lines are so good, they makes the whole movie watchable. Combine that with a delicious comedic performance by Kevin Pollack and a palatable performance by Michael Goorjian, and you've got a movie worth renting at least once.
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