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Now That's Funny (2005)

| Comedy | Video 2005


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Credited cast:
Smothers Brothers
Mac King
Ronn Lucas
Javi Mulero ...
(as Carrot Top)
Scott Thompson
Tony Ventura


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101 Jokes From Stand Up Comedy Stars  »

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It began with regular hats, but once the big pellmell comes to town Derrick cannot help but feel the way around.
6 October 2012 | by See all my reviews

It had promise as a porcelain doll might lay out in the sun to catch a tan, but when it comes down to getting a rise out of the inner most wealth of each individual's multiple settings, there really is no substitute for the way it helps pull everything together for a final appeal to the otherwise mundane characteristics of a future held damsel. In other words, this movie came as a great surprise to both the cast and the crew, while the director himself had to tell them and the audience that, it was truly a masterpiece! That being said, as it was wont to do, the seams fell apart slightly on the declining slope that entered the finale as a fortunate plea for something involving closure. I hope that in the future these fellow film lovers get together to improve on such a craft and ride it towards the waves of success. Indeed, it would be a good day, and a slightly better movie. Enjoy!

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