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I loved it. And I actually ended up seeing it twice, just to make sure I understood it. The first time, everybody in the theatre was younger than me. The second time, we were all about the same age, so there was some sardonic laughter. I loved Brad Pitt's line that brought the young Turks around - that every time the foreclosure rate rose 1%, 40,000 people died. At the Old Job, the CSRs had a card instructing them what to do when a suicidal person called. It was used more than once.


Be a - did your audience laugh? Mine had two women who just howled at everything.

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