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We still going on the fishing trip?
Hell, yeah, we're still going on the fishing trip, Connor. Dad would want us to.
It's not like it's the seventh game of the World Series.
Well a fishing trip's a nice way to honor Father.
[turns to Jack]
My brother the father, can you get away from your flock?
[continues as if he's Jack, using a bottle of beer as a phone]
"Ah, Father Dreary. Father Jack here. Can you cover for me this weekend? Those altar boys are wearing me out!"
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From what I've seen- there's nothing like this movie ANYWHERE!!!
It's raw, powerful and hilarious. Director Pete Jones takes risks here- no compromises! He lets it ALL hang out! He draws upon deep personal stuff here from his youth. This is the type of material that you need to see to believe and then you still don't believe it so you have to see it again and again and again!
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