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Daniel Jones over 3 years ago
Tremendously funny. Great cast and infinitely underrated. Definitely give it a try.
oscar diaz 4 years ago
A bit Cliche but good nonetheless.
Dylan Clites over 7 years ago
Ed Helms is really strong in this comedy with a whole lot of heart. A great indie darling.
Becky almost 5 years ago
Rory Banks over 5 years ago
bbing almost 6 years ago
jvol over 6 years ago
Thomas Upton 7 years ago
Tim Smith over 7 years ago
Matthew Smith over 7 years ago
Cody over 7 years ago
Steven Bruce over 7 years ago
Nino Vignjevic over 7 years ago
Nathan T. over 7 years ago
Kraig Brachman over 7 years ago
Mike Graham almost 8 years ago
Chris Edwards almost 8 years ago
Mark Menard 8 years ago
Matthew Butler over 8 years ago
Danial Pearce over 8 years ago
Cedar Rapids is a 2011 American comedy film directed by Miguel Arteta. The script, written by Phil Johnston, was included on the 2009 Blacklist, a Hollywood list of the most popular unproduced screenplays of the year. Naive and idealistic insurance agent Tim Lippe has led a sheltered life and hasn't encountered all that others have; the movie is about his becoming more aware of his cocoon and moving out of it. At the beginning, he is shown welcoming a former teacher into his home, addressing her as Mrs. Vanderhei, and promptly having sex with her. Afterwards, he reminisces about his experiences as her student. In his position as an insurance agent, he is sent to represent his company (Brownstar Insurance) at a regional conference in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Lippe is sent as a replacement for his co-worker, Roger Lemke, who dies in an auto-erotic asphyxiation accident. Tim idolized Roger, believing that his death was merely an unfortunate accident, and that he embodied all it was to be...
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