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Complete Guide to Guys (2005)

PG-13 | | Comedy | 30 May 2006 (USA)
Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Dave Barry's novel attempts to follow the stereotypes of male behavoir from the stone ages to modern times.

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Mark Wells ...
Leopold
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Stearns (as Andrew Seeley)
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Megan West ...
Secretary
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Lenore
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Albert
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Sidra
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Mia (as Jeannie Mustelier)
Angel Schmiedt ...
Karla E
Stephanie Deaver ...
Lila
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Horse Groomer
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Guy Husband in Bar
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Guy Wife in Bar
Hank Goldberg ...
Himself
Frank Venegas ...
Rufino Lupenza
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Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Dave Barry's novel attempts to follow the stereotypes of male behavoir from the stone ages to modern times.

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Rated PG-13 for some sexual humor | See all certifications »
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[last line]
Dave: You believe we got through this whole thing without saying "booger"?
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Didn't seem to be very cohesive
3 February 2005 | by See all my reviews

Last night I watched the world premiere of this movie at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. While it made me chuckle several times, it just didn't seem to be very cohesive. I tended to enjoy the bits set in the modern day versus the silly caveman scenes. Though I am a big fan of John Cleese, his scenes didn't do much for me in this movie. One my favorite bits was Dan Marino explaining proper urinal etiquette. I think that was one of problems, it was more just a collection of bits than a complete movie. Some of the scenes were tied together, but it didn't seem to flow very well. With a $17.50 ticket price for this 72 minute film, I didn't feel I got my money's worth.

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