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Desc:NO MORE BOOKS
Category:Classic Movies, Humor
Tags:Trailers, b movies, ACTING!, neil breen, fateful findings
Submitted:Jimmy Labatt
Date:07/29/13
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Oscar Wildcat
The true story of Julian Assange will never be told...
Nikon
For you.

eatenmyeyes
Yeah, I think I'd watch this.
Binro the Heretic
Is he genuinely inept at film making/acting like Tommy Wiseau or is he only pretending to be inept like Tommy Wiseau pretends to be?
jangbones
I say the former, because it's hard to make a movie, and it's hard to make a movie this bad

he does have the same ironed face look

hammsangwich
I've hacked in to the most secret government and corporate secrets.
Jet Bin Fever
You're too deep man! TOO DEEP!
kamlem
Are teachers dirty looks out too?
lotsmoreorcs
"Dylan (Neil Breen) is a successful novelist and computer guy who rediscovers his forgotten childhood psychic powers after getting hit by a car. While in the hospital he is reconnected with his childhood girlfriend, and their rekindled connection begins to get between Dylan and his current, drug-addled girlfriend. Meanwhile, Dylan starts hacking into every government database and learns terrible secrets about the world. This all leads up to one of the most bravura conclusions in the history of cinema. I am not exaggerating. " -Devin Faraci badassdigest.com
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