You all know Bruno...Bruno is a born loser with the ladies. Scoffed and scorned, the only thing Bruno could pick up in a singles' bar is the check! Until now. Now Bruno sees the girl of his... See full summary »

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You all know Bruno...Bruno is a born loser with the ladies. Scoffed and scorned, the only thing Bruno could pick up in a singles' bar is the check! Until now. Now Bruno sees the girl of his dreams and he'll fight all odds to win her - even her lesbian girlfriend. In a 10-minute brawl of hilarity, Bruno finds "The Right Hook," a short film that asks the age-old question, "Yeah? Who said you can't hit a girl?" and who's answer gives a whole new meaning to "hitting on women!" Written by Beth Buck

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Who says you can't hit a girl?


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Totally excellent short film!!!
1 February 2001 | by See all my reviews

At first, I wasn't expecting much from some short film that was on the internet. Yet, I was totally blown away by how funny and original it was. The dialogue is so hilarious, and the action scene is perfectly edited. I would definitely recommend that you search out this film. (It becomes especially relevant if you've ever had trouble talking to the opposite sex.) It's on the internet anyways...so it's free!


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