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My wife and I got a chance to check out AABG at a screening in DC a few months ago. We didn't quite know what to expect, but we both really liked it. It was funny, well put together, and the acting was great. It was kind of a tongue in cheek kind of humor and the actors were really great at poking fun at themselves. I'm not sure how they managed to get such well known actors on such a small budget. I was also impressed by how clean the filming and editing were. I feel like a lot of indy films that I see look like indy films, but AABG on the big screen looked as professional as any studio film coming out of Hollywood. Definitely worth checking out if it's showing in your city.
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