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More akin to a male fetish submission porno than a comedy.
I don't normally write reviews on IMDb but this movie was so painfully awful that I wanted to spare others from wasting their time and money.
The characters are 2 dimensional, the plot is almost non existent and 90% of the movie consists of 3 women treating a desperate guy like he is nothing, which i'm sure would delight most feminists and a few men that are into that sort of thing, but any normal human being would be bored to death.
I walked out of the movie half way in because there is nothing there to hold your interest either than some vague, poorly written plot. The movie really had no point or reason to exist.
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