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Michael Weston and Steve Howey both appeared on Psych(2006). See more »
[on giving Magnus a viking funeral]
Let's start right now, working together as a pack. What would Magnus want if it were one of us, huh?
He would want one of us to throw flaming arrows at him.
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I won't rate this since I didn't watch the whole thing. Who knows, maybe something good happens before it's over.
If you like to watch a dysfunctional family basically tear into each other about who's to blame for the fact that they are all basically f***ed up beyond all possible repair, then this movie might be just for you.
Try to imagine a family so messed up that it make the Munsters seem normal. Maybe you know a family like that. Maybe you're in a family like that. Now try to imagine how fun it would be to visit such a family and not be able to escape.
Now try to imagine having your face set on fire and having someone try to put out the fire with an ice pick. If you can endure that for 82 minutes then maybe this movie is for you.
I made it to the 27 minute point. And now my face hurts.
I'll say this, for the most part, the acting is good. Or maybe they're not acting. Maybe these people really are that f***ed up.
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