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I hate Stuck On You!!! Oh, The nerve!! it simply took nerve to pitch ideas like that, the endless amount and the depth of cute puns made me sick to my stomach. Don't get me wrong, like the title says, I love Lloyd's films, hell, I love Lloyd, and Toxie 1 & 4, Tromeo & Juliet, Terror Firmer. & I'm sure I'll love Poultrygeist if they ever bother to put it on DVD, Lloyd Kaufman is my all-time favorite director, but what happened here!?! Should we blame Michael Herz? Should we blame Satan? But, seriously!! I was able to find at least a hint of entertainment value in such films as Zombie '90 and How to make a doll, those films seem to know their place, they know exactly what they are, but this one really seems to think it's got something going for it. What really gets me is that Troma fans can never claim that the Farrelly bros. stole the name and made some Hollywood piece of garbage & that Uncle Lloyd's Stuck On You is far superior, sorry Uncle Lloyd, the '03 version is actually pretty swell, and the '83 version ...well, I would rather watch Scary Movie 3 and then watch A Nght to Dismember twice over than sit through Stuck on you '83 ever again. I hear that in Lloyd's opinion that this is the best of Troma's sexy "comedies" of the 70's and 80's, if Mr. Kaufman's opinion is true, then that's just sad. To end on a high note, from what I've read, Poultrygeist is the goriest Troma movie to date, so I guess I could throw uncle Lloyd a star for just being the man, even though he is the cause of the Tromatic nightmare that is Stuck on You '83. I forgive you, Lloyd. 1/1
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