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23.976 fps
English 2.0  
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0 min
IMDB Rating:
5.1 / 10 
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Directors: Mike Cochnar [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Luke Peters is hell-bent on avoiding love, leading him to pose as a recovering sex addict to ditch a clingy girl.


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How/Why Did This Get Made?

Painfully unfunny, stuffed to its overflowing gills with idiotc forced stereotype "humor" of all the worst varieties. The mere fact that we are supposed to suspend disbelief SO MUCH that the viewer is supposed to believe that the flabby dork with the balding mullet (in 2019!) is somehow a so-called ladies man is absolutely shocking. Doing terrible Jack Black impressions is supposed to be endearing to anyone? The "hero" is the main piece of garbage, but pretty much every character is a walking, talking pile of puke. Everyone involved in the production of this "film" should be barred from the industry, from any industry, from life itself.
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