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This film should have been put in a recycle bin to make some plastic Dixie cups from. 4 or 5 plastic cups would have been a much better use of the material. Its hard for me to believe Cooper and Helms agreed to participate in this abomination.
Trouble with this film is its for a 12 or 13 year old, but you need to be 17 to get in and see it. Also the few chuckles in the audience sounded like they were from a 79 - 80 IQ patron.
If you are a 40 year old adolescent or have a room temp IQ you may find this amusing. A level beneath fart jokes, this expletive laden non-script couldn't give anyone a chance to act even if they had the skills.
I wish I'd have spent the 90 minutes reorganizing my garage or deleting old emails - and I'm not kidding at all. Hope this saves you an excruciating time (and $) this holiday weekend.
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