Who here has seen it, and what did you think of it if you did?

I know that I'm pretty late on this but it came to mind since I just saw step brothers with John C. Reilly. Plus I love the show the office and Jenna Fischer is awesome in it.

Does anyone else think the music was shockingly creative when you sit down and listen to the full songs? Reilly is a good singer.
It was a pretty funny movie that i think was overlooked but nothing special
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Haaaaated it.
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EDIT:^ Yeah it was great. I loved how he kept tearing sinks out like Johnny Cash
i liked it. the best scene was the one with the Temptations.
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It was okay, but I was expecting much better. It was from the guys that made 40 Year Old Virgin, Superbad, etc but it was nowhere near as funny as any of them.
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I like all the little music jokes in it, like when his guitarist tells the Beatles their almost as good as the Monkees.
On a side note, for anyone thats scene Pineapple express, I love when Dale tells his girlfriend shes going to get into Godpseed You Black Emperor.
lol the scene where Dewey is talking to his wife and the guy comes up naked, and its only from his crotch down.
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I loved it.
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