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Duff? Don't you think you're taking a little bit too much off the top?
John, I know what i'm doing okay. I've got to taper it so the sunlight reaches the lower leaves during the growing season!
what about that string there?
...the string is a guide John. It's just a guide!
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I really loved this movie. Most of my friends really loved this movie. But it takes a rather rare breed to appreciate the type of comedy it employs. I'd definitely recommend it to anybody who likes Jason Lee--he's stellar as always.
Tom Green fans may not like it, though, because the comedy is rather subdued and very devoid of gross humor.
The jokes rely heavily on the chemistry between the slapstick guy and the straight man--Tom and Jason being phenomenal examples of these categories, respectively.
I say give it a try: if you hate it, you wasted less than 2 hours--big deal. But if you like it, chances are you'll love it.
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