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I bought a ticket for another movie, but because of an unforeseen issue with a projector, I ended up sitting through this pile of hot garbage. This movie was just terrible and not funny at all. The best thing to come out of all this was I didn't have to pay to see it. The theater manager was kind enough to let me view the movie I originally paid to see. Do yourself a favor, save your money and go see anything but this crap.
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