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I don't know why this movie is rated so low by so many. It's funny and entertaining. The acting was top notch, casting was spot on and it was a funny story. I'm adding it to my list of comedy favorites so I can go back and watch it again in a couple of years.
Here's a list of some of my other favorite comedy gems: Galaxy Quest, Idiocracy, Knight and Day, Office Space, Remo Williams: the Adventure Begins, Groundhog Day, 17 Again, Mr. Destiny, Undercover Brother, Bowfinger, Dodgeball, The Best of Times, Last Action Hero, Back to School, Romancing the Stone, Better Off Dead, Hot Tub Time Machine, Uncle Buck, Tommy Boy, Black Sheep, Crazy People, Nurse Betty and Liar Liar.
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