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This turd doesn't deserve so many medium reviews. This is an awful movie that takes itself way to seriously, which catapults itself into the realm of should be so bad it's funny, but it's not.
I'll skip the obvious crap pointed out by others.
I've done a bit of research on Frederic Hobbs. All four of his movies have a common theme. I dropped some acid, by some strange means came upon a camera, got his friends together since he didn't have to pay them and made a "movie".
If you're going to have a part of your plot revolve around yellow phosphoruos creating a lame man in a suit costume, please have the smoke be yellow instead of red.
If you're going to have an unconscious enbryo being nutured, please don't have it grunt in pain.
If you're going to tie in multiple story lines, get some continuity.
If you are going to have someone jump up from their seat in a jeep make sure the jeep has enough space to hide the person.
In the opening one of our plucky main characters walks into an empty casino, puts in a single coin and wins what looks like $200 and apparently everything is right with the world as the casino is magically filled.
I could go on and on. And I can't believe I watched this a second time.
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