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How great was this movie? Really great! A work of art! It's smart, witty, funny, addictive, and just brilliantly put together. You don't have to be biased to like this movie as it's made to make you think and laugh and it nails both targets with hit points.
I guarentee if you see this movie, you'll laugh your ass off and think about each points this movie goes over just how great everyone involved in it is. Emma's beginning topic, which will, later in the film, change, is just a very smart part, as well as funny.
I'll leave you with a quote: 'I think.. I think I did something really bad.'
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