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Watch More Than Funny

Corry Wiens, Michael Jr.
Michael Jr.

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Thursday, 02 Jul 2020 02:33

It's hard to say why I loved this movie. As much as I love Seth Rogen and James Franco's movies, I think this is my favorite. It's also one of the funniest movies I've seen in a long time. I do have some problems with the dialogue. When they're shooting the first film, the director must have said "OK, that's pretty great, I love that." The new version has a hard time getting that point across. I was able to see both versions, and they were very close in my opinion, but I think there are some differences that made the original better. I also think Seth Rogen and James Franco are pretty awful in their roles. I think they were too used to doing the worst jokes in these films, and their jokes in this film are far and few between. Seth Rogen is a very funny guy, but his jokes are mostly so stupid and unfunny. James Franco is a funny actor, but his jokes are so fast and done so fast, that they don't have the impact the original had. I also thought that the last 10 minutes of this film were funny, but then the movie did an absolutely horrible job of showing how the final scene happened. In the original, the last scene was actually very satisfying, and in this one, it was just a bit too fast-paced and rushed. Also, in the original, the first scene of this film was very well-done and had me on the edge of my seat. Now, this is the first time I've ever seen James Franco get in a vehicle, and his character wasn't funny at all, but this time, he was funny in some of his scenes. Overall, I did love this film, but I think it could have been a lot better. It was a lot better than the first film, but the jokes aren't as funny. They do however have a lot more impact on the film. I think the second movie would be a lot better, but it just hasn't been made yet. I also think Seth Rogen needs to learn that comedy has to be a lot better than he thinks he is.

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