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All I have to say is that I saw this movie two years ago (at Kevin Smith's Vulgarthon) and for some reason I've found myself thinking about it and wondering if it ever made it to DVD. If that doesn't speak well of a film, I don't know what does. OK, I am required to say more....the movie was funny, had a likable cast, and best of all was written in a way that was not predictable, stereotypical, bitter, or unrealistic. I'll admit that it did have some minor continuity issues. Yet, I'll also admit that I have the unfortunate ability of easily being able to pick those things out. That trait has ruined lesser movies for me. This film was very entertaining. I really liked it and hope that I get an opportunity to not only see this movie again, but also additional work by the multi-talented Jeff Anderson.
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