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This is just a straight up fun film. Tyler Labine and Lucy Punch together are amazing. They keep you laughing the entire time. If you need a laugh go this this immediately! Damon Wayans Jr., Thomas Middleditch, and Hayes McArthur also put together solid supporting roles. Ed Helms (of Hangover fame and the TV show The Office) had a very funny cameo. What makes this comedy different and special is the endearing love story. When you push aside all of the inappropriateness and lewd behavior, Barry and Mel are very cute together and that comes out in their strong performances. It is a take on the old saying, "there's someone for everyone". Very very fun film. A must see.
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