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Don't Spit It Out
Written by Nick Ratliff and Zach Lewis
Performed by Devastating Karate See more »
This film is by no means an amazing film. However, it was pretty funny and I left the theater ultimately satisfied. This film was made in Santa Barbara which is my home now and it was cool to watch this movie knowing that aspect. It was a cheesy popcorn thriller but if you watch it knowing that, you will be pleasantly impressed. Overall I did enjoy this film. I can't say it was my favorite movie but definitely worth seeing at least once. It was definitely a breath of fresh air having the comedy mixed with the thriller. I did happen to see the premier of this movie and it made my experience a little more exciting. The directors and some of the actors stayed after for a Q and A, which made me enjoy the movie a little more because you got to sense their passion and how much they enjoyed making the film. This gave me a lighter opinion of the film.
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