Frank leaves college and faces a Summer of discontent.

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Frank leaves college and faces a Summer of discontent.

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Get Your Priorities Straight

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Empty calories, but tasty
15 June 2001 | by (Seattle, WA) – See all my reviews

This movie has no point except to expound on the fact that it has no point. There are a few reasons to sit through it, though.

1. The three mates have the funniest hand gestures down. The script has them playing off one another really well.

2. Justin Salinger's character, Frankie, had me on the floor laughing. Really well played.

3. Kelly Reilly as Cherry could not have been more cute.

I didn't say they were great reasons, but they were good enough.


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