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fucked it up with the critics and moviegoers ? because i think it is almost as good as the first kickass film

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I just want to comment about how unexpectedly funny it is that the film's title is masked by the profanity filter.

@virics said:

I just want to comment about how unexpectedly funny it is that the film's title is masked by the profanity filter.

Meanwhile the OP drops an f word and it's completely visible (at least on my end)..I think they got a broken filter, yo.

Re:the movie - not sure how much Carrey had to do with the reception but I thought the first film was much better anyway.

@howardburns said:

@virics said:

I just want to comment about how unexpectedly funny it is that the film's title is masked by the profanity filter.

Meanwhile the OP drops an f word and it's completely visible (at least on my end)..I think they got a broken filter, yo.

Re:the movie - not sure how much Carrey had to do with the reception but I thought the first film was much better anyway.

For the target audience I guess the main problem was that Chloe Grace Moretz got too old. bear

LOL......all 3 responses here are great........

And i just realised: "The Motherfucker" lost his legs and penis in this movie right ? His new job ? Boss at IMDB
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