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Finding the perfect date night movie is a delicate balance. You want to express a part of your personality to your significant other/potential significant other, but you don't want to kill the mood.
You're not just trying to mesh two different tastes, you're trying to do so while still maintaining a makeout-friendly mood. ), but if you tread into the Gore Zone, you might kill every last trace of romance with a metaphorical chainsaw. The mood is key here, folks (otherwise, it's not a date night movie...
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This is certainly the case of the hilarious job titles that we feature in this post.That's less hard (although the breakup scene when Segel's character is butt naked during their breakup will probably go down as one of the most awkward breakups in movie history).Peter (Segel) quickly learns that getting over his ex might not be as easy as he thought after arriving on his solo vacation and running into Sarah and her new (rockstar) boyfriend, played by Russell Brand. Beets A Trip to the Dentist by Yin Pain Mineralogy for Giants by Chris Tall Bring to the Grocer's by R. Denominator Military Defeats by Major Disaster and General Mayhem Judging Fast Food by Warren Berger I Lost My Balance by Eileen Dover and Paul Down House Construction by Bill Jerome Holme Kangaroo Illnesses by Marcus Wallaby, M. Exotic Irish Plants by Phil O'Dendron Musical Gunfighters by The Okay Chorale A Whole Lot of Cats by Kitt N. by Sheik Aleg I Like Fish by Ann Chovie Leo Tolstoy by Warren Peace May Flowers by April Showers Pain Relief by Ann L. Morel Modern Tree Watches by Anna Log Noise is Forbidden! by Otto Doit Snakes of the World by Anna Conda The Housing Problem by Rufus Quick Artificial Clothing by Polly Ester More for Your Money by Max Amize If I Invited Him... by Juan Ton Assault with Battery by Eva Ready Gunslingers with Gas by Wyatt Urp Soak Your Ex-Husband by Ali Money And the Other People by Allan Sundry Overweight Vegetables by O.
Nuff Mosquito Bites by Ivan Itch My Lost Causes by Noah Veil Grave Mistakes by Paul Bearer Get Out There! Troot Irish Flooring by Lynn O'Leum Highway Travel by Dusty Rhodes It's a Shocker by Alec Tricity Keep it Clean! by Otto Sight I Hate Fighting by Boris Hell Mexican Revenge by Monty Zuma I Didn't Do It! by Lucas Measles The Great Escape by Freida Convict Music of the Sea by Lawrence Whelk Breaking the Law by Kermit A.