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You need any help with anything?
Carrying your pictures? I guess you already did that.
Yeah I already did that.
I guess you don't need any help with anything. That's cool.
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If I hadn't been able to start folding socks midway through this bore-fest, I would've fallen asleep. I love indies, but this one was pointless, meaningless, and with characters I couldn't care about. A complete waste of time and resources. I can't imagine why anyone gave this flick high marks unless they were the family and friends of the filmmakers. I would rather watch dustballs grow under a bed rather than have to sit through this mind-numbingly bad flick again. Oh - apparently, this review won't be accepted until I add a few more lines of text, so I'll just add meaningless, boring words until it hits the minimum (kinda like the flick.) Boring, sad, pathetic, waste, mundane, mumbling, soporific, blah, feh, and phooey. Now let me try again.
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