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Dumbbells is a fun, fun movie. The star appearances are awesome. The performers I didn't know before watching this movie impressed me. The lead, Brian Drolet, is a GREAT actor. Drolet also successfully executed his roles as writer and co-producer of Dumbbells.
When you watch this movie, appreciate it for what it is- a goofy comedy NOT making obvious efforts to reach the lowest common denominator by lazily thrusting itself into the sub genre of raunchy comedies. It's just a fun 100 minutes. Don't ever listen to critics. That includes their reviews of Dumbbells, which are nothing more than failed attempts at predicting how the audience will perceive movies.
I recommend Dumbbells to anyone who maintains good laughs and entertainment as the hallmarks of goofy comedies.
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