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This film is a Laurel and Hardy remake, but with trash talk and smelly finger jokes. I had a high regard for the work of Leslie Ann Warren until now. Unfortunately, she has lost all self respect, and mine too. If you can get past the overuse of the f-word, which was no longer funny after the 2000th time it was shouted, you will look in vain for a plot. Pass on this one.
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