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Chicks, Man

Chicks, Man ★ 1999

Boring, man. Rod and Jack are a couple of clueless, mopey Gen-Xers who don't understand the ladies. Jack gets dumped and then tries rebound dating while Rod macks on Heather at a party and is later beaten up by Heather's boyfriend for taking liberties. There's much whining—not least by unwary viewers of this tedious pic. 93m/C DVD . Aaron Priest, Robia LaMorte, Krista Gano, Nick Wechsler, Scott Roberts, Renee Humphrey; D: Jeremy Wagener; W: Jeremy Wagener; C: Michael J. Bruggemeyer; M: David Stout.

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