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[from trailer, discussing how to finally tag Jerry]
Synchronize your watches.
I don't know how to do that.
I don't wear a watch.
Time is a construct.
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Tag, when I watch comedies (and that is a very rare occasion) I go in with super low expectations except if it's a classic. When i watched the trailer for this I was surprisingly intrigued, when I went to see I wasn't expecting it to be extremely funny (it was in few parts) I was expecting it to tell the story it promised and it did, very well. Oh what the hell just go waste your money on this movie. It's enetertaining
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