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I really had a good time watching this movie. It started by getting me into a good laugh very early, and then more subtle humor was delivered, well mixed with the romantic plot. A very fresh look at an unexpected love story. Well acted, great scenario, and good sense of humor delivered with a warm heart, what else do you want?
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