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It was rated Youth Restricted but there's NO NUDITY!!!!
It was rated Youth Restricted at Blockbuster, but there's NO NUDITY!!!! It was ok for an indy film if you like the LA movie sceen, but I was expecting naked chicks, what a let down!!! I guess thats blockbusters fault for a misleading rating. Overall it had ok acting, but not a very unique plot, for some reason all young writers write movies about people in LA trying to write movies. huh
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