#1
has anyone seen this movie? I rented it with no high hopes, assuming from the commercials i had seen in the past of it being just another mildly funny will farrel movie.
BOY WAS I WRONG! This movie was great! it was really deep in comparison to Will Farrel's other movies.
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#2
word! yes i saw it at le cinema a while back and lvoed it - wasn't expecting much cos i don't usually like will ferrell but as you say, he was great!

lovely and funny film
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#3
I loved it.
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#4
it's a really good movie, in one part they go to a guitar shop.

what a shame that the dood dies
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#5
I actually enjoyed it...being a part-time writer myself =D
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#6
Really good film. I got my DVD from Oxfam at about £4

It says 'Rented Copy' at the front as well
#7
I thought it was cool, but it will probably fall into movie oblivion because it wasn't well known
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#8
Best Farrell movie. Easily. One of my favorite movies.
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#9
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it's a really good movie, in one part they go to a guitar shop.

what a shame that the dood dies

he doesnt die newb
EDIT: however, i did enjoy that part when they had a little description for every cheesy looking guitar he looks at . good thing he took the strat. cant go wrong there
#10
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it's a really good movie, in one part they go to a guitar shop.

ooh wow must have missed that bit, i'll have to rewatch it! how could i miss such an important scene. should probably contact the people who make the dvd boxes for this as well to put it on the back, probably sell more copies that way, publicity and all.
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ooh wow must have missed that bit, i'll have to rewatch it! how could i miss such an important scene. should probably contact the people who make the dvd boxes for this as well to put it on the back, probably sell more copies that way, publicity and all.


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#12
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i just found it funny that he seemed to be rating a movie as 'good' because it has a scene in a guitar shop
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#13
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Best Farrell movie. Easily. One of my favorite movies.

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I liked this movie, until the narrator started making fun of various guitars.

What a bitch.

Did the Strat look CGI to anyone else?
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he doesnt die newb
EDIT: however, i did enjoy that part when they had a little description for every cheesy looking guitar he looks at . good thing he took the strat. cant go wrong there



I know i just said it to make the TS think that xD
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