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If you so much as lay a finger on my daughter, I'll have both of your legs broken and your tongue removed with an ice-pick. Do I make myself clear?
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A good attempt at a movie, but it sadly falls short.
As Bud Cort's first attempt at direction, Ted and Venus is able to retain a certain degree of charm but in many respects falls short of a "good" movie. Although the basic idea of the film is intriguing, the plot is both weak and uninteresting. Bud Cort delivers a well-mediated and convincing performance, but fails to instill whatever formula is needed for a thoroughly entertaining movie. Except for the most die-hard Bud Cort/Harold and Maude fans, this movie should definitely be avoided at all costs.
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