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Do You Believe in Magic?
Written by John Sebastian (as John Benson Sebastien)
Performed by The Lovin' Spoonful
Courtesy of Buddah Records / BMG Strategic Marketing Group
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I'm glad I saw this movie for free, because I would not dish out $2 to see it. The acting is horrible and the parodies of the other movies are not done well. I don't think I laughed more than twice the entire movie, and even those were small chuckles. The soundtrack used in the movie is comprised of simply played out songs that have appeared in many movies already. Even though the point of the movie was to have shocking plot twists by referencing various pop culture ideas and movies, the movie was completely predictable at all times. The only thing that kept me watching this movie was Alyson Hannigan herself.
Save your money on this one.
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