I laughed out loud a few times, which for me is pretty rare. This has the same cast of characters in most of the Judd Aptow franchises and the same style and sense of humor. Unlike most of the others, it doesn't abandon the comedy in favor of some half baked romantic resolution. There wasn't anything fresh about it, but it was smartly written, and I actually liked the supposedly comic songs.
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