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The Long Weekend

Rating:R (for pervasive strong and crude sexual content, gross-out humor, language and brief drug use)
Genre:Comedy, Suspense/Thriller
Release Date:June 9, 2006
Running time:85 minutes
Cast:Chris Klein, Brendan Fehr, Paul Campbell, Kristina Copeland, Mike Dopud
Director:Pat Holden
Producer:Paul Brooks, Shawn Williamson
Writer:Tad Safran
Distributor:Gold Circle Films

Description: Overworked? Undersexed? So is advertising executive Ed Waxman, who must come up with a great new ad campaign within 48 hours or he'll be fired. But his babe-magnet brother, Cooper, has other ideas: to get his stressed-out brother laid. From meeting single mothers to strippers to desperate older ladies, each dating encounter is a disaster. Ed has resigned himself to the fact that he's about to lose his job and will never have sex again... until he meets the woman of his dreams. Now, with hope and luck on his side, maybe -- just maybe -- he'll be able to save his job and have sex.

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