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Those poor actors (if you want to call them that...)
It's a shame that this is the best the jackass guys could come up with. You gotta figure if Johnny Knoxville and Bam Margera aren't in it, it's not worth seeing. They really make the shows and movies fun and worth watching. Of course it's a National Lampoon movie so it's not that great to begin with. I got bored about 10 minutes in waiting for it to be funny and I'm sorry I wasted my time on this pathetic excuse for a movie. I didn't laugh once during the entire thing. It was horrible some of the violence and cruelty it had in it. And they wonder what's wrong with people these days. They are spending time watching movies like this. Maybe next time they will think before making garbage such as this.
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