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[weilding a fire poker]
Hello Peter! So happy you could join us!
Tom what are you doing?
I was thinking, that it's time for Peter and I to TANGO!
[smashes vase with poker]
He's crazy! See you have no furture with this guy.
Peter, shut up. Tom you're acting like a crazy person.
Oh yeah? Well, maybe that's cause I just got hit in the head with a ten-pound ashtray !
I'm warning you Leizak
[strikes a kung fu stance]
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a teen movie. I enjoyed it because well I'm a teen. The comedy could have been better, but there were some funny moments, like when Tom was attacked by the pigeons, and when Tom and Peter were fighting. It was pretty predictable, but I am a fan of corny romantic comedies, and if you are, you will want to see this movie. it is a heartwarming film that any Ashton or Brittany fan will want to see. It does not reflect the best work of anyone but it is enjoyable none the less. Final review: A cheesy, not that great movie, with an enjoyable plot and a nice cast.
Rent it but don't rush out and buy it
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