Mutual Appreciation

Mutual Appreciation
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Joe

a total waste of a movie credit! If there is a point to this movie, they forget to communicate it! How do these get made and distributed????

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Alexandria

VERY good! Dunno why others didn't like it but I suppose it's a movie genre thing. I saw it described elsewhere as an indie comedy of manners. all about relationships and tiny moments between people.

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Amirfarrokh

The singer guy was a douche. Other than that, great.

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Karen

The ending was the best part. The rest, eh.

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Chris

not very appealing unless you like to listen in on others' conversations...

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Ton-Nu

lovely

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