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Where was the real hopping from bar to bar. There were very few jumps. I liked the conversations that were going on between the people. Also Tom Arnold being the bar tender is great at story telling about your average bar goer. I was not quite pleased with the end b/c it just didn't fit in with what was going on previously. All in all this was an okay film. Not as bad as some I have seen.
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