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Michael J. Prosser,
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So we watched this tonight and enjoyed it. First things-- we didn't see a movie rating on this anywhere but it is definitely an R rated film. If you have kids this probably isn't the movie you want to be taking them to see because it's not a cartoon and it's definitely full of adult stuff (drugs/nudity) and DEFINITELY adult language (I won't go into details but I feel like this movie could be on par with a Quentin Tarantino movie in terms of numbers of bombs dropped). This movie is not for the easily offended types, and not for those without a good sense of humor. Or the faint of heart because there are some scary parts.
Now with all that said, we thought this was a really good movie. I for one laughed my behind off. We liked the jokes and we liked the story line, which follows the poor new kid at the store on his first day, which happens to be Christmas Eve. All the characters were different and funny and definitely do some screwed up stuff. But hey, there's karma for that. (Hint: A lot of them die!)
Overall we thought this was a fun enjoyable movie with some good scare moments (though it is more of a comedy) and definitely some good laughs. As I mentioned it is not going to be for everyone but if you are just seeking a funny good time then you will enjoy.
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