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Movie Review: ‘Friended to death’ evokes laughter

Justin San Diego

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“Friended to Death” is a hilarious movie that most people can relate to.

Michael, played by Ryan Hansen, has the job of ticketing parking violators and he is constantly posting on Facebook.

He ends up losing his job and his best friend is distant, which causes him to fake his own death through Facebook.

“We get laughs in places (and) I’m shocked out of my mind from the audience,” said Ian Michaels, film producer.

The actors were great at portraying strong comedic characters, including the typical bromance duo, the psychotic female, the mama’s boy and a pompous main character.

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

 

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