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I believe J.K. is a really nice person to be on this short (?)
I try never to put 10 stars or 1 star to stuff because I think nothing is perfect or non-creditable, respectively. But find this video ( I wont call it a short, this is not a short!) on YouTube and judge by yourself. A very ridiculous attend of making a funny interview of an actor who is as great as J.K. Simmons.
Please, Ashley Marquand, keep working as a prop master...
Very badly edited, badly directed (if it was directed) and the usual uncomfortable scenes which are funny, never the less, are never well developed.
The only thing that made wonder is why J.K. worked on this. Was it between scenes at his wife's movie? Is Ashley a friend and she insisted on it?
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