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This movie could have been enjoyable if the title were changed to "A Very Fake Bear" and voice-over were added by Some Comedian/enne. It made me ask very deep questions, such as, "What did they use for hairspray back then?" and "When did we stop aging at arbitrary rates and begin experiencing time together?" Just another reminder why I don't watch movies made in the 70s. In all seriousness, though, that bear is the best part.
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