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What's up Tracey? Whenever you're ready to stop hanging out with these loser come on over to my side.
Oh cool, can she bring a date?
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like i have said before , i give the guy props for getting the film made , but he should of checked his EGO at the door when casting. He is so bad i almost thought his acting was some sort of punchline in the movie , till after a few minutes and i realized , he cannot act! One facial expression in every scene , two tone's of voice one for sad and one for everything else! The photography is not great , not even good , it is bad! There is one scene where it is supposed to be night time and there is a shadow on the floor from the sun coming through the window! He needs to do less acting and maybe take some film classes and learn how to be a director , before , just doing it! If he did take some classes he would learn to control all light when filming by blocking out the windows! Man , that is basic stuff!
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