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Jean de Segonzac
I have read a few reviews on here that said this movie was awful. i rented it to see dian bachar and didn't expect much because of what i had read. i was very annoyed at the reviewers who didn't GET this film. it's hilarious. i probably laughed really hard at a good 2/3rd's of this movie. it's belligerent, absurd, fillthy and has a VERY dark sense of humor. it crosses the line between fiction and reality as some of it's filmed in some very real situations, but set up to be fake. lee majors was awesome, the guy from capote blew me away (didn't know he was funny!) and the jackass guys were all very funny. so for the snobby people who hated this film, i think you were just looking too hard to find something that was never there in the first place. this is not a "good" film, but it is a funny one. and that's worth something.
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