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Straight Funny! The story isn't one we haven't heard before, but it's told so smartly! Bruce is a guy that takes advantage of every situation and doesn't care about anyone but himself, but you wind up caring about him anyway. This movie was funny from start to finish! I will confess, I snorted... twice. Some of the lines just catch you off guard and well... you snort. The entire theater (BAM in Bklyn) was laughing, men and women alike, and usually comedies are one sided. I think this worked because of the exceptional cast. The female characters were strong, funny and had great comedic timing. Bravo! I can't wait until more people can see it. I really wanted to text my friends about it, and will when it gets larger distribution.
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