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There are movies that are so bad, they deserve to be sent up from Gizmonic Institute to the Satellite of Love. This movie is one of them.
"I Accuse My Parents" is not only one of the oldest films to be shown on "Mystery Science Theater 3000" ("Werewolf" or "Future War" is one of the most recent), it's also a good movie for that show! This movie "tries" to be serious with all the sly detective stuff going on, but really, just like those "Popstars who can't act" movies, or better yet, like "Manos: The Hands of Fate," it's nothing but a laugh-fest from start to finish. Besides, without MST3K, would we really survive this flick?????
"I Accuse My Parents" also lacks of any greatness most other movies truly achieve. So, in conclusion, only watch the MST3K version. 1 star, but 10 for MST3K!
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