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Richard Bates Jr.
Matthew Gray Gubler,
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Comedy is a tough cookie and sometimes does not sell as good. And while this movie did not exactly meet my expectations (after all the good things that were written 6 months ago, it seemed to be a real hit), it isn't as bad as it is rated here on IMDb. Maybe people were really disappointed and voted that way, but maybe they just didn't like the way/humor this has.
Whatever the case, it is uncomfortable and it is funny at times. It could have done with some tweaks and be better at times (either more funny or more inject more horror to it), but it still works most of the time. It's really an achievement by the actors that this is as good as it got, even though we were all hoping for a bit more. Decent effort
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