David Wain

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Remember Wet Hot American Summer? Maybe not.

'Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp'

Remember Wet Hot American Summer? Maybe not.

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Don't call him a cynic. David Wain may totally tear apart the romantic comedy genre in his new film They Came Together, but he does it lovingly.

David Wain: They Came Together

Don't call him a cynic. David Wain may totally tear apart the romantic comedy genre in his new film They Came Together, but he does it lovingly.

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