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I had fond memories of the cartoon, but realised that I'd never actually seen the movie.
This is a perfecly silly, intentionally cheesy, 80's classic. The premis is so silly and everyone involved (especially Clooney) is so obviously just having FUN making it that the humour is just utterly infections.
The knowing looks at the camera. The exaggerated dramatics. The tomoato transformation effects. FT!!!!
I LOVE this movie and heartily recommend it as a classic "B" movie.
You cannot beat this film for a silly giggle. All those po faced people who claim its not amusing need a humour transplant.
all together now.. (sings) "When Big breastd giiiiiiirllllllllS, go down to tthe beach....!"
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