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In many ways, Artie Woods is a typical college senior: he's shy, a bit awkward, and is still trying to figure out how to fit in. But Artie has a problem that makes it difficult to interact with people. Since he was a child, Artie has been stricken with chronic flatulence, and while his good friend Bear accepts him as he is and gets him into a fraternity, not every one else is so charitable about Artie's frequent gaseous outbursts. Artie becomes infatuated with Andrea, a sexy co-ed, and to his surprise, Andrea seems interested in him as well. But Andrea is just using Artie to toy with her incredibly jealous boyfriend, and Artie doesn't recognize that Emily, a pretty transfer student he's become friendly with, has actually fallen in love with him. Billed as "the comedy that stinks."Written by
Not often enough does there come a film that can make you laugh hysterically and than one minute later put tears in your eyes, but that's exactly what this romantic comedy does. No matter how zany and crazy the antics of Artie and his college buddies get, you never lose sight of the love story that lies beneath. "Artie" is a perfect blend of contrasts, from its ability to have a really funny fart sequence share the same scene with some very touching dialog to having some very talented new-comers work seamlessly along side some very seasoned actors. The combination of rising star Seth Walther(Artie) and veteran actor Rance Howard (Grandpa) make for one of the funniest scenes in the film, for which I defy anyone not to crack up with laughter. This is a film that will make you walk away happy.
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