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Just so you know,when this whole thing has started, I'm gonna need you to keep Gordon away from me!
What do you mean?
I don't know... cockblock him.
He's not fucking me! He's annoying, I hate him.
What am I supposed to do... it's like a free for all... how do i do that?
You're right... fine. I just don't wanna look at his stupid face... doggystyle?
That's a good idea.
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The reviews posted here are obviously fake, avoid at all costs
I didn't go into this film with high expectations. As a matter of fact, I sat down expecting to laugh at the horrible production values and hackneyed jokes of what promised to be another juvenile raunch comedy.
All-American Orgy comes off like one of those straight-to-DVD American Pie sequels, if it were written by a freshman film student trying his hand at social commentary. That is to say, it isn't funny, it isn't sharp, it isn't anything substantial. What it is, is awkward, paceless waste which has a profound humorlessness that is only rivaled by the pathetic desperation of the "commentary."
The positive reviews here are so absurdly glowing that it's like the writers want us to know they're fake. Avoid.
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