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This movie wasn't bad. I liked Rider Strong in it, though his scenes were all emo. He has that feel of an actor, really emotional. The rest of the movie is fun. I have to say I was involved throughout except for some of Rider Strongs parts. It was a cool movie. Full of useful stuff for 30 somethings.
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