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For a beer and boobs comedy, what more can you ask for? This is a great movie to get the guys together and knock back a few brews while watching, and you'll have no problem getting wasted, as this movie is ripe with drinking game possibilities. Besides getting smashed, enjoy some genuinely funny performances from Ron Jeremy, Dustin Diamond, and the rest of the cast. All the characters are cast perfectly and each have their own stand-out moments. I was especially impressed with Brian Titus' role. He had great comedic timing and took a role that could have been easily forgettable and made it stand out. The action scenes were cut very well, especially the boxing scenes in the beginning with Rick Dawson. For the most part, you can't really tell it was shot on a low budget, although there were a few scenes that seemed to be added later with a cheaper camera. Overall, Tetherball: The Movie is successful in its intentions and delivers what it promises. There is beer, there are hot girls, and there are laughs.
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