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The movie on Turner Classic Movies that Meyerowitz is watching is His Girl Friday (1940) See more »
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Do you have black tie?
I have a herringbone blazer and slacks with a hummus stain on the fly.
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This is seriously one of the worst movies ever made, if this entertains you then maybe eating paint chips and watching turtles race might also. Adam Sandler should stick to his usually terrible comedy movies or decent animated children's movies. Don't take my word please waste your time and give this collection of human debris a chance.
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