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My girlfriend and I laughed heartily throughout the movie, however this is not supposed to be a comedy.
If you want a movie to watch and laugh at its terribleness, then this is it. While there are some good actors here, they seem like they are improvising all their scenes. Like its all some type of goof to them.
The no-name actors are the true comedic gems here. Particularly bad is the FBI lead agent. His acting was so bad it made me want to crawl into a hole.
If you want to see a truly terrible movie, see this. If you bring your sense of humor, you just may enjoy yourself.
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