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Just saw this on TV today and it was great.. I watched another movie called Hide and Seek at another channel, but I ended up watching Spring Breakdown instead.
I really didn't have any expectations but it was a laugh-out-loud moments in almost every scene. Is it because I watched it very late, or was it because I have the blonde humor.. Or is it, which is more likely, because the movie was just amazingly funny?
I'm not going to spoil anything, since I want to keep this review short. I recommend this to everyone, but watch it with a friend. It will become funnier that way.
Since it was great and funny and almost no flaws except in the ending, I'm going to give it 8/10.
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