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On occasion, you get to see a really good film. This was one of those occasions. I just caught Buzz Kill tonight in NYC and was blown away. This is a very smart and hilarious movie that really keeps you entertained from start to finish. Daniel Raymont is an amazing comedic actor who gives an outstanding award deserving performance as aspiring writer Ray Wyatt. The film follows Ray on his crazy journey to Hollywood. Krysten Ritter and SNL's Darrell Hammond also give great performances. The films soundtrack was rocking and fit the film perfectly. Buzz Kill Writer/Director Steven Kampmann is brilliant! This is one of Kampmann's best films. I'm looking forward to the DVD release.
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