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..but enough for a morning. I wouldn´t go rent it not even for a buck, but I would watch it again on T.V. It is entertaining, but it´s really stupid and the actors aren´t that good. Let´s just say it barely makes the cut. Besides, it´s a little surprising watching X actress Traci Lords trying to act in a comedy.
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