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So Richard, I got a little joke for you, you might like this one. You too, Lewis. A Dude goes to the doctor. Doctor says: "Sir, you have to stop masturbating". The patient goes: "Why?" And the doctor goes: "because I'm trying to exam you".
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Written by Bobby Hebb
Performed by Michael Bradford featuring Michael North
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Well, I do not know what to say, I rarely write a review about a movie, but this movie was too boring, acting was great, plot is kinda familiar, directing is disappointing.
My wife and I was trying to fight falling asleep during watching it. It seemed to be a short movie that usually can be directed in 15 minutes, but they asked for a super director that can execute it in 100 minutes, so that was the final result,,, BORING!
I voted 5/10 because the acting was great, and the ending made me smile. I wont spoil it, but I was surprised.
If you want to kill 100 minutes, or need help for sleeping, watch it!
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