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This bizarre but weirdly bloodless retro-camp exercise is neither funny nor eerie enough to seduce the uninitiated.
A small movie with a big heart, "Safety Not Guaranteed" is a sci-fi-tinged oddball comedy about love as the ultimate risky adventure.
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