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GREAT movie that makes you laugh out loud while dealing with various serious matters. I can't believe you are not getting more press on this!!
Our planet is dying and I hope one day people praise you for the tremendous efforts that you and your family have put forth to change history. The audience of theater-goers were laughing, cheering and applauding this wonderful film.
Nice job! This is a must-see film. I would have like to seen more information and data but then again, it's depressing enough and I would not have laughed so hard if you made it too serious. It was like Jack Ass the movie but with a cause and brains.
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