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As a matter of fact, go back to when comedy movies were really meant to be goofy, such as "Joysticks"! I feel this may be an overlooked rarity in the not-so-distant future, as it shows why there hasn't been films made in years that combine twisted humor with videogames as a cultural standpoint. Like other raunchy films in the '80s, this one mimics "Porky's". The acting is strange, but acceptable. This is one of those movies containing sick, ballistic weirdness that tends to grow on you. Another film that has this kind of quality is "Wacko". Both are genuine Greydon Clark comedy masterpieces not to be missed. It's too bad these movies have been way past their prime, though.
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