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With all the crap out these days, this was a great movie.

We found it very funny…lots of cameos, old school references…etc

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My wife watched it a couple of nights ago. She was laughing her ass off. I'm going to give it a go at some point.


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UNFROSTED. The name of the movie is UNfrosted.


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We found it funny as well. The cameos were great, wished there were more from Seinfeld. Puddy is the only one I can remember.
 
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I caught it. My favorite character was the Corvair station wagon. Complete with fender skirts.


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I caught it. My favorite character was the Corvair station wagon. Complete with fender skirts.


if you noticed, Jerry only drove rear engine cars
in the movie,

and the Corvair Lakewood was gorgeous



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Gaffigan did the best of anyone,
Very few comedians have his level of acting ability.


It was like 70 "bits" laid end to end.
Good he didn't put it in theaters, it would have died horribly.

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It was campy fun. I enjoyed it. So many cameos!


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I liked the Mad Men scene.

I also found it interesting that the Post lady built mar-a-Lago.

Fun movie.


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I've seen every episode of Seinfeld multiple times and I still laugh out loud to this day. That didn't happen a single time in this movie. I couldn't wait for it to be over, and the only reason I didn't stop watching before it ended, I wanted to see if anything would be funny.



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I also found it interesting that the Post lady built mar-a-Lago.


I remember seeing that on a program on the History channel. Pretty neat history.

The movie was pretty good and had a couple lol parts I must admit.
 
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Saw Seinfeld and got excited.
Then saw Melissa McCarthy and Amy Schumer lost interest.


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It sounds like an advertisement for a Kellog's product.

I used to love Pop-Tarts, and then, they reduced the size of the product and increased the price. No more, and I certainly wouldn't pay any money to see a movie so named.
 
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It’s on Netflix.


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It sounds like that's where it should be.


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I've seen every episode of Seinfeld multiple times and I still laugh out loud to this day. That didn't happen a single time in this movie. I couldn't wait for it to be over, and the only reason I didn't stop watching before it ended, I wanted to see if anything would be funny.


Same here about the Seinfeld series.

I've been watching this movie, about 3 times now. I have to watch it again because I keep falling asleep in the middle of it. The story is a departure enough and it seems innocent fun. I like the kids in the garbage dumpsters.

But it isn't a laugh out loud movie for me either like the Seinfeld TV series.



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It's missing the meanness Larry David might bring, kind of expected in comedy these days. The film is ok, not a complete waste of time and Seinfeld brings enough good will IMO to make it watchable.




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I’m half way through this as we speak. I’m just not finding it that funny at all.


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I’m half way through this as we speak. I’m just not finding it that funny at all.

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It sounds like an advertisement for a Kellog's product.

I used to love Pop-Tarts, and then, they reduced the size of the product and increased the price. No more, and I certainly wouldn't pay any money to see a movie so named.


Not to thread drift but if you have an Aldis down your way they have their brand of “Pop Tarts” and they are very inexpensive and as good if not better.

As for the movie/OP it intrigues me because of Seinfeld and will likely get to it sooner or later.


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