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Let Mental Illness-Based Indie Dramedies Continues with the 'And Now a Word from Our Sponsor' Trailer

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Here's a trailer for And Now a Word from Our Sponsor, a cloying comedy about an advertising CEO who somehow ends up able to only speak in commercial jingles. The latest high-concept morality farce from Jim Carrey or Eddie Murphy, you ask? So you'd think! But no, for some reason this is instead a vehicle for Bruce Greenwood--the veteran Canadian actor best known recently for playing Pike in Star Trek, who stars alongside a phoned-in performance from Parker Posey. So I'll just shut up now so you can get on with watching the President from Thirteen Days and National Treasure: Book of Secrets do some endearingly-comic mental illness.

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