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If you can get past the glaring misogyny, it actually a pretty funny little film. Maybe the film was pitched after a couple of beers at the frat house.
The writing and production values are good. Erin Foster does a good job with her role and I hope she gets some better roles. (I missed "Barely Famous") It's a one-joke movie that lesser directors would have tried to turn into a full length movie. Seven minutes is just about right. Maybe even a little long.
The one joke is based in some really old, worn-out stereotypes about women. And when I say "old" -- I think "The Honeymooners" covered this territory and it wasn't fresh back then.
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