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What makes you so sure he'll help us out?
Oh, he'll help us. He couldn't sing a note if it weren't for me.
You taught Tony Francis how to sing?
No, I convinced a bookie not to pour some acid down his throat.
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Don't Bring Sand to the Beach
Written by Kandi L. Burruss and Kevin 'She'kspere' Briggs (as Kevin Briggs)
Performed by Kinnda
Courtesy of Warner Music Sweden
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When I write reviews I usually prefer to delve into what I liked or didn't like about a film, but I cannot bare to talk about this horrific piece of junk. I found myself looking at my watch every 5 minutes. Warner Bros. stole part of my life (not to mention my money) and I want them both back. The people who claim to like this movie? Either brain-dead or moles for WB trying to make the film look like less of the total bomb that it is. Remember "Bonfire of the Vanities?" That deserved Oscars compared to this.
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