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I heard about this movie, and now that I've finally seen it, "The Last Run" is better than I even imagined. I saw "Knocked Up" with my girlfriend the day it opened and thought that was the funniest movie I'd seen in a while. But "The Last Run" was even funnier! Fred Savage is classic, Steven Pasquale is ten times better than Paul Rudd, and Amy Adams has never looked better. "The Last Run" is smart and edgy and the writing is incredibly sharp. This is a movie that should have been released on 3000 screens and grossed $100 million. I'm going to watch it again and again because there are so many lines that are sure to become classics. I hope that this movie gives Fred Savage a whole new career because his talents as a comedic actor have been overlooked. Whatever movies you rent this summer, make sure "The Last Run" is on your list.
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