"The Love Guru" Question

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  1. Bob clamer

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    With the release this week of "The Love Guru" was there anything beside the digital copy on the 2 disc as oppossed to the single disc features-wise?
     
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    bob, i'm sorry that i cant answer that question, but have one for you.

    I am not trying to be smart or anything i promise.

    did you like this movie?
    other then the scene in the tiny coaches office there was nothing worth
    seeing more then the one time i watched it for free(job perk) and that was
    1 time too many.
     
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    I actually thought it was kinda funny.....[​IMG]
     
  4. Bob clamer

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    Actually I did. Anything with Mike Myers I like. Story did seem kind of rushed though and I think it could have been better. Heck, with the $10.00 mail-in rebate it was worth it.
     
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    I thought it was funny, too. Not a masterpiece by any stretch of the imagination, but also not as horrible as all the reviews would have you think.
     
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    I think the horrible reviews were kind. If this is comedy, someone transport me back to Lubitsch, early Woody and Mel, Wilder, Sturges (Preston, not John), the Marx Brothers, and about a hundred others who had more humor in one bit of business or one line of dialogue than the entirety of all these supposed comedies of the last few years.
     
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    In my opinion, it's only worth a rental just to see it once. Definitely not worth a purchase. Netflix it.
     

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