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I was pretty excited to see a movie that had the comedic talents of Thomas Haden Church and Damon Wayans displayed right on the cover of the video box, so I rented Goosed without a second thought. Boy would I like that 3.50 back. Damon Wayans was alright, I guess, and Thomas Haden Church was WAY underused. He didn't even get a chance to start to show what a comedic genius he is. Everything else about this movie completely blew. I suppose its possible just I don't understand it because of the whole female perspective thing, if thats the case I'm glad I am a guy. I'd hate for my life to be a less-than-watchable movie.
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