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Permanent Vacation serves up a wildly creative comedy of the bizarre featuring star performances by rising talent, in the tradition of "Slacker" and "Idiocracy."
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With buds like these who needs friends?
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Winner of the Audience Award at the New York Asian Film Festival, Fine, Totally Fine is a dramedy about two listless friends - Teruo, a perpetual dreamer and haunted house enthusiast, and his friend Hisanobu, a uber-sensitive salaryman. When the two friends fall for the same quirky girl, their awkward advancements soon morph into a journey of self-discovery.
Republic Of Pete
Pete and his idiot friends receive $80 million from his grandfather trying to protect himself in a lawsuit. They decide to purchase an island with strippers and are happy until evil grandfather wants his money back.
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The Indestructible Jimmy Brown
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