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Kevin Patrick Walls,
This movie is excellent! It's a shame it never made it to the theaters. It was ahead of it's time. (remember the Blair Witch Project? Well, this movie had the idea of using a "hand held camera" first, like a documentary).
The movie is smart, funny, and a must see (if you're over 18 that is, it is a bit risqué).
AND this is Jamie Kennedy's first big break! I really recommend this movie, you will appreciate it!
The director, David Faulk, is brilliant. He creates a story line never before seen on screen.
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