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So, girls... what do you want to do for our birthday?
Sue, we have plenty of time to figure something out.
But this is the big one-eight. I mean every year since our moms met in the hospital we've always done something nice. What is one thing we haven't done before?
No, not that. Like maybe take a trip.
Like a mushroom trip?
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Do not Listen To Negative Comments And Watch It-A Masterpiece To Remember
You know that you can always trust reviews from this source. As usual, for the movie plot please read other people's reviews.
If you keep in mind what could be the budget of this movie, then I assure you it is great and go watch it despite the negative reviews. I quote BlackJack_B review which says it all: "These people can do more with $200,000 than others who get $50,000,000 can do."
From the first opening lines to the last words, a great story-telling with fine moments of surprise and irony will absorb you into the scenes like you are actually inside the movie and feel empathy with all of the actors. Acting is natural, story is great, scenes are mesmerizing, girls are gorgeous, there is topless and full frontal nudity, the girls' desperation to get laid seems real, the editing is professional, the camera is smooth, the excitement is continuous, you never have to fast forward the video. You will return and watch it many more times in the future. It is a movie to remember.
There is a climatic and deeply philosophical scene when the main actor realizes that you can truly express yourself through feelings and touch not merely through what your eyes see and this lesson comes from a blind person who makes you look at things from another perspective.
A major advantage of the movie is that there are no weapons, fights, bloodshed or violence which is very rare in the history of cinema.
I removed 1 star for not making real use of assets like the pool and the front yard (which could make a great dance and music scene) and another star for ignoring small details that could be incorporated into the movie.
Thank you for your time. Go watch it!
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