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Great if you like political satire and amateur theater
If you don't like political satire or if you are extreme right, you probably won't like this at all. I gave it a 10 in order to cancel out some of the single star reviews. Frankly if I were moderating IMDb, I would either change the ratings to 5 star or not allow anything lower than 2-3 stars. People that rate movies with 1 star out of 10, have no reason to watch movies in the first place. The only movies that would deserve a 1 star would be the XXX movies. I laughed throughout the movie, the cast was top notch, and the situations funny. I remember taking part in a school play while in the 6th grade, a friend of mine wrote a monster play and a bunch of us put it on for the school, it was a great time, and none of us really had any experience at the time. That's one of the reasons I can relate to this movie.
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