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[Mike just found cigarettes]
You fuck! I thought you said we were fucking out! You fucking fuck! I oughta fucking kill you, you fuck!
Man, you cuss like Joe Pesci in "Good Fellas."
Shut the fuck up, you fuck...
[close up of Heather's face]
I am SO sorry for everything that's happened...
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This isn't exactly a movie. It's six short parodies of the Blair Witch Project with miscellaneous skits in between. Like many compilation movies, the quality is terribly uneven. A couple of the sections are pretty decent. The first one, the Watts Bitch Project, about some white kids who get lost in the ghetto is one of my favorites. The last one, The Willie Witch Project, about government housing in the woods is also pretty good. Both are dependent on broad racial humor, which I must admit I am a fan of. The other segments range from not great to awful. The filler bits are almost all awful. Besides this problem, since the skits all have more or less the same plot (except Pauly Shore's The Bogus Witch, which is at least different if not good), it gets pretty repetitive. While there are a couple good bits, I can't really recommend this to anyone.
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