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One Night at McCool's




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I thought Michael Douglas pulled his part off the best, but just didn't care much for any of the other characters.

I just didn't laugh much in this movie. It's about a sexy babe with a knack for getting suckers to fall for her, then, twisting their lives into a frenzy.

After leaving the theater, I could barely remember one scene that stood out in my mind. It just wasn't my Night at McCool's.

One Night at McCool's something happened that was so weird, it had to be told from three different points of view--just so we could understand it.

Liv Tyler stars in this offbeat dark comedy showing what a woman has to do to get the home of her dreams.

Quirky, strange and at times, laugh-out-loud hilarious.

Wanted man in California, wanted man in Buffalo. Wanted man in Kansas City, and the state of Ohio.

One Night at McCool's is a movie centered around a bar. A messy, dumb film that lurches from bad comedy to bad, passing 90 minutes of charmless drooling. The men here can't think straight; they are blinded by horniness.

The sudsy peep show scene, with girl and car, is a piece of Madison Avenue consumer porn.

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