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Film Review - Addicted to Fresno


Director Jamie Babbit made her debut with 1999’s “But I’m a Cheerleader,” a sharp, funny exploration of sexual oppression that launched a promising career. Subsequent efforts failed to match the invention of her first film, with Babbit turning to television to hone her chops. She returns to screens with “Addicted to Fresno,” though the true intent of this painful misfire isn’t exactly clear, with much of the movie playing like Babbit’s impression of a Farrelly Brothers production. Crude and poorly written by Karey Dornetto, “Addicted to Fresno” flails wildly to set a subversive tone, only to end up about as dangerous as a Fox sitcom. Read the rest at


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