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Weird to say, but theres a DIRTIER side to debt collection? - Buffaloed - EMMR (Zoey Deutch, Jai Courtney, Judy Greer, Jermaine Fowler)

Weird to say, but theres a DIRTIER side to debt collection? - Buffaloed - EMMR (Zoey Deutch, Jai Courtney, Judy Greer, Jermaine Fowler)

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Episode 114 of the Everyman Movie Review!
It's rare that a movie makes me think of home as much as Buffaloed did - despite a HUGE oversight (that I get into in the episode) but I could have taken many of those characters directly from my own past. It's also rare that I am entertained while learning about something as complex and boring as debt collection - but I was. It felt like this movie was firing on all cylinders.
Was I disappointed? Check out the episode to find out!
Spoiler Alert at 10:41
Back to the Show at 14:47
Buffaloed on streaming.
The Everyman Movie Review is a different kind of movie commentary - it's not about the art of movie-making, but rather about the enjoyment and entertainment of the film itself. It's not about me or my opinion, it's about the movie - does it deliver on what it promises?
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The Everyman Movie Review is a different kind of movie commentary - it's not about the art of movie-making, but rather about the enjoyment and entertainment of the film itself. It's not about me or my opinion, it's about the movie - does it deliver on what it promises?
I've been a movie fan my entire life. I'm such a 'fan' - I gave up a lucrative legal career on the east coast and moved to Hollywood to be a part of it. And here I am, living the dream, recording reviews for the internet.
But seriously, I was tired of the reviews where the reviewer was more worried about themselves than the mov Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/everymanmoviereviews/support

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