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The trailer for this seemed promising enough, but after watching I felt somewhat cheated. The comedy wasn't really there. I don't even remember laughing once. The characters weren't that interesting, except for maybe Clancy Brown's, but they didn't dig deep enough to make us really connect with him. The story was alright, but just wasn't executed well enough.
I normally like Brown, Clifton Collins Jr and especially Dan Fogler, but they couldn't save this unfortunately.
I'd pass this one up, unless you have some time to waste or are sure you have the same tastes as the people who gave this a good review.
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