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Bradley W. Ragland
Really funny side of life, and this poor guy J will never be the same.
This is such a great jumble of cultures, and humor. Very low budget, (feels like an extended episode of Workaholics crossed with American Pie, or more so American High) you will get a few really good laughs out of it though. With such a solid cast and many great surprises you will Enjoy this as much as I did. The production as a whole is top notch, and much better than average. The characters are developed quickly, and each is so full of life, and has their own agendas that poor J will learn soon enough. I recommend this to older kids, and grown ups who just want to laugh, you will not be disappointed. I have always thought that Pendejo meant something else, but they say Idiot, and it really fits with the story. Great weekend filler.
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