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You Are Here* (2000)

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Credited cast:
Ajay Naidu ... Sanjay
Larry Fessenden ... Palichuck
Heather Burns ... Lydia
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Caroline Hall ... Sallie
Zoë Hall ... Heather (as Zoe Jess Levy)
Randall Jaynes Randall Jaynes
Andrew Elvis Miller ... Pornographic Clown
Todd Peters Todd Peters ... Moe


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Comedy | Drama

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Rated R for language






Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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26 January 2006 | by htamanoSee all my reviews

This is quite possibly the worst movie of all time. Pouty New Yorkers "finding themselves." Novel idea. Cliché after cliché, "artists" yearning to quit day jobs, unfulfilled romantic interests, lovable loser friends. That's fine if you can do it well. This movie takes pretty much every wrong turn possible. I want those 92 minutes of my life back. Be warned.

One positive--Ajay Naidu of Office Space fame. Not necessarily his performance--no one gives a performance beyond pedestrian in this movie--but at least the movie's direct copy of his struggle with the printer from Office Space evokes some nice memories of a great movie.

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