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[Fuzzzy comes in disguised as a homeless man]
Hi. Are you hungry?
Okay, um... Then how can I help?
Well, I don't... I don't know about that.
Well, thank you.
You're *very* pretty.
And you're exactly what I'd hoped you'd be...
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OK, let's be honest. I've seen (the start of) a hundred of these sorts of movies --- low-budget indie flick about a quirky group of friends, billed as a comedy but not really many laugh-out-loud moments. Most of them are utterly dreadful, and I can tell within ten minutes that I hate these people and/or have utterly no interest in their lives.
But every so often you get lucky and the whole thing works. From the first minutes you're intrigued by something, you soon care about every one of the characters, and by the end you're as in love with them as they all are with each other.
Watch it with someone you love; you'll be happy you did so!
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