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My vote is a perfect 10...for perfectly awful. This video was for sale and I gobbled it up because I thought that it was FutureZone, the sequel to this film. I saw FutureZone years ago and laughed to joyous content. And although Kill Bill v2 was just a hilarious, at least the David Carradine scenes, this film doesn't make me run to the bomb shelter (its important to note that Tarintino's v2 work had everything, including a kitchen sink full of puke, I left the theater thinking Armegeddon could begin at any second...for there was no turd left unturned in that magnum opus). Anyway, this film was everything I wanted and more, the robot laser cannon is really the icing on the pudding.
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