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Ed Begley Jr.,
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A great family movie - fun and entertaining. I would suggest this to anyone looking for a fun family evening. Ravi is an up and coming film maker. I am a Steve Gutenberg fan and love his character work in the film. I love Richard Kind. Robyne Parrish and Aaron Klieber rock.They are wonderful, comic actors. Ravi does a great job as the funny straight man. Adrienne Wehr is excellent as is Patrick Jordan. I would love to see more work by these actors. Sabrina Bryan is OK but perhaps not well cast. Fun movie all the way around! I hope to see this film on prime time. I would love to see it again after seeing the Pittsburgh release. The music is a bit wonky but over all this movie is a laugh riot and well shot.
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