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I rented this the other night on the strength of Harry Shearer and accompanying cast - which seemed like it had a lot of promise. Unfortunately, I can't say I've ever been more disappointed in a movie. The concept was good, but there was really no main plot; just a collection of undeveloped subplots. Its obvious that the movie was heavily edited, but if what they left are the good parts, then I cringe to think what was cut. None of the actors gave a memorable performance, although with such a large ensemble, very few had enough of a chance. But besides that, the writing wasn't up to par. There was maybe one funny line in the whole movie, which was really close to the end. Not even worth a rental.
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