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Getting Out (2002)

Nick Farrow is a young mid-twenties trust fund baby. He has been with his girlfriend for 9 months too long. The last 6 weeks have been spent trying to "get out" of the relationship. ... See full summary »

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Nick Farrow is a young mid-twenties trust fund baby. He has been with his girlfriend for 9 months too long. The last 6 weeks have been spent trying to "get out" of the relationship. Needless to say he has had little success. After a long inventory of break-up mishaps, Nick enlists the help of his best friend to plan the perfect escape from his overbearing girlfriend. This time Nick is "Getting Out!"...or so he thinks. Written by Anonymous

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His friend expected better, She expected more, He just wanted out... See more »

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One word...one word only....WOW!!!
19 August 2002 | by See all my reviews



Just saw the most recent Aaron Fishman film Getting Out. A beautiful blend of pure-bred humor with witty cynicism on the world of dating. The comedic writing duo of Peffer and Feinstein have done it again bringing us 30 minutes of brilliance and fun. The film harks back to the olden days of cinema (No I won't elaborate on that!). Fishman brings us to a world that I had only dreamed about, and in the end I was left thirsting for more. Who is this Aaron Fishman, and when will Hollywood wake up and discover this undiscovered treasure. I think Fishman, I think Kevin Smith. It is only my hope that we see alot more from him in the future. I will note that Brian David Cohen performs brilliantly, even going so far as to show us his ass in one scene. Nothing wrong with a little male nudity. Am I right or am I right?!


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