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I actually saw this movie accidentally because when I saw it in the TV listings I thought it was the movie Strange Brew: The Adventures of Bob and Doug McKenzie, which of course is an all time comedy classic that makes me open my mouth and say "ha ha ha!" because I think it is really funny.
I still watched the movie because Laurie Metcalf is in it and she's hilarious and also a good actress. I'm glad I watched it because it's a funny movie.
Just not as funny as the other Strange Brew. Remember that scene where they drive their van into the lake? Ha ha ha! Spoiler for another movie! Look out!!!
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