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Four Letter Words (2000)

A study of the post-adolescent male psyche, Four Letter Words gives an often humorous but raw unadulterated look at the views, attitudes, and language of young men in Suburban America.

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Art
Darcy Bledsoe ...
Kim
Edward Coyne ...
Drew
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Jay
Thomas Donnarumma ...
Chris
Loren Ecker ...
Rich
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Noah
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Jordon
Vincent Radwinsky ...
Alex
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A study of the post-adolescent male psyche, Four Letter Words gives an often humorous but raw unadulterated look at the views, attitudes, and language of young men in Suburban America.

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Great flick - watch out for Beylin!
10 November 2004 | by (Russia) – See all my reviews

I don't know why this movie didn't come out in more theaters (if it

came out in any at all), as it is one of the most original

small-budget pictures that I have seen in the last few years. The

dialogue is sharp and hilarious while still managing to be realistic.

The characters ring true as well - these are guys you know, talking

about stuff you used to talk about (or still do). While all of the actors

turn in fine performances, Henry Beylin, cast as the mush-mouthed pothead Sam, brings subtle color and vivacity to

what might have otherwise been an unnoticed supporting role.

See this movie!


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