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I WANTED to like this movie, REALLY I did. Dave Foley, Ween, Julia Sweeney......but I have to say it is BAD. A lesson should've been learned long ago that SNL skits are 5 minutes for a reason. There is really no way to pad em out to feature films: except for Waynes World,which I liked. I dont know whose dumber: the people who keep makin these movies or us dumbies who keep renting em.
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