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Every school in the area has fired me.
But you don't see dead people anymore. We still need to pinpoint the problem. Dead people are buried in the ground, right? In holes. It's time to accept their existence.
No, the hole. It's the hole that scares you. And the hole, my dear Modesto, is your anus. How can I put this...? You're gay.
I'm not gay.
Sure you are. Repeat after me: "I'm gay and there's no such thing as ghosts."
[listening in on his son from the next room]
I put this kid in...
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Simple comedy yet done excellent if you like different than standard American comedies. Excellent script, wonderful music, clichés played with self-irony, fast pace, keeps you engaged and involved gladly. Good fun, leaves you with a smile and good feeling inside. No development of characters or such. Instead - smart, simple and fun. Has the looks of a 1980's movies and spirit. Do not expect more - no drama, no horror, no thriller either. Does not teach you or address morality or hidden messages. Don't know what else to say to complete the necessary 10 lines for a review. Really simple and fun. If you into such kind of movies - Enjoy! :)
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