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This "Groundhog Day" movie with a perverted twist was actually a funny movie, even though it was intended for a young adult audience. But for a college comedy then "Premature" was actually a nice take on the genre.
The story is about teenager Rob who is reliving the same day over and over. Struggling to figure out what is going on, Rob tries to change events in order to escape the repetitive day.
There is a lot of hilarious situations and moments throughout the movie, and you will find yourself laughing, I guarantee. The absurdity and extreme things that happen are what makes this movie work so well.
The acting in "Premature" was good, and lead actor John Karna carried the movie quite nicely. And it was a treat to see Alan Tudyk in the movie as well.
"Premature" was a nice surprise of a comedy and it is quite worth watching, especially if you enjoy the teenage comedy genre.
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