Adam Chefitz, play -- with little comedy charisma and way too broadly -- the hero's best friend, Wally. Chefitz's performance is so loud, crass and over-the-top that you'll occasionally want to grab a brick to put him out of his (and your) misery. The worst offense is having him sing, below and barely professionally, an entire rock song -- which I believe he co-wrote and will remind you perhaps a little too much of a better song, Jump! -- which literally stops the movie in its tracks.
restaurant where our group hangs out. The plot's twists and turns, all taking our hero toward not just doing the right thing but doing what he really wants, are standard stuff, in which everything good happens far too easily, and, for that matter, everything bad, too.
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