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Trailer: 10 Years

Ensemble cast, meet drama. Drama, meet a bunch of actors crossing over to the genre; apparently the romantic comedy genre has been exhausted with too many ensemble films. After a trail of good Channing Tatum films this year (except The Vow), this comes (he is clearly the star of this). It's basically about high school people coming together for a reunion. It's not a wild reunion like in American Reunion, but more of a serious, on the down low reunion kind of thing. Based on the trailer, there's nothing much to expect; comedians have just crossed to the drama side (see the abundance of actors in comedy). If I do decide to watch this, I'd probably wait for it to come out on DVD.


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