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Schuyler Fisk and Blu Sanders co-wrote "From Where I'm Standing" and "On Your Arm" for I'M REED FISH. Schuyler performs the two songs in the film. See more »
In the Open Mic scene at the bar, Andrew is called up to the stage. From somewhere in the crowd: "Yeah, Andrew!". Then cut to Jill and Reed. Jill shouts, "Yeah, Andrew!" and it sounds ostensibly similar. See more »
Oh and hey Kate, don't zorse around too much at work today.
Um Reed, just so you know, that joke isn't funny. Don't use it on the show.
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I watched this movie via Pay Per View on cable with my daughter last night. Having watched three other movies this weekend, I think I liked this one the best. Reed shows a nearly idyllic view of life in a small town in the summertime, where all the inhabitants are nice folk, and the weather is perfect every day.
This movie is really about that moment when you are 20-ish and you really make the big decisions that can determine what the rest of your life will be like. Since the writer put his own real name in the title of the movie, it isn't hard to imagine that this is his story.
Yes, this is not the most exciting movie ever, but the main character was very likable, the humor was amusing and the girls very pretty.
Compared to "Princess Diaries 2", another PG movie I saw this weekend, "I'm Reed Fish" was easily the more enjoyable film.
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