Freddie Prinze Jr. Sounds So Much Better When Scored to Smile Smile

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Yesterday on DC9, Pete posted a note from Smile Smile's Ryan Hamilton in which the guitarist-vocalist mentioned that the duo got one of its songs, "Anymore," placed in a direct-to-video release, Jack and Jill vs. the World. The film -- "A Freddie Prinze Jr. movie with some promise," says here -- came out on DVD last week. Pete posted the trailer, but this morning, whilst cruising the YouTubes, I stumbled across the actual scene in which the song appears -- so, ya know, scratch this one off your Netflix queue. It's after the jump. --Robert Wilonsky

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