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While not actually a Kevin Smith movie, this is well worth the time spent! Some of the dialog is forced, but the concepts and overall storyline are engaging and, more times than not, actually laugh-out-loud funny. This is, as it was intended by Jeff Anderson, a movie to which both men and women can relate. The most interesting part of the script is that the "girl" parts are as realistic as the "boys"; both kinds of bonds are equally represented.
This is not a big budget, smooth, shiny Hollywood type movie, and that's exactly why it is great. Although somewhat sappy, it's the kind of movie Randall Graves would love (even though he'd never admit it).
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