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Full of It

Full of It ★½ 2007 (PG-13)

Mildly amusing teen comedy. Sam (Pinkston) is the small, geeky kid who tries to fit it at his new high school by telling a few white lies. Only by the next morning they've magically come true. But it's a definite case of “be careful what you wish for,” including Sam almost losing out on the right girl (Mara) because of his typical teen boy cheerleader (Walsh) fantasy. 91m/C DVD . US Kate Mara, Craig Kilborn, John Carroll Lynch, Cynthia Stevenson, Amanda Walsh, Derek McGrath, Teri Polo, Joshua Close, Ryan Pinkston; Cameos: Carmen Electra; D: Christian Charles; W: Jon Lucas, Scott Moore; C: Kramer Morgenthau; M: John Swihart.

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