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Unformatted text preview: thought that it was weird when I read “Mr. Rogan” and “Mr. Apatow” because that is not how I would refer to Seth Rogan and Judd Apatow. The New York Times article is a great article for adults to read. Although very different I thought that both articles were well written and did a great job reviewing the movie. I liked how the New York Times said that “no matter how single-mindedly priapic their preoccupations, these men and boys are good and decent and tender and true.” After seeing previews of Superbad adults would view the characters as bad kids, however, the New York Times in that quotes argues that these characters at their essence are good people. I firmly believe that to be true and I never thought about that idea until I read the article. I thought the movie Superbad was a hysterical movie that is worth seeing and the articles did a very good job reviewing them....
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- Spring '08
- Seth Rogen, Judd Apatow, Knocked Up, Superbad, Freaks and Geeks