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Notice that I did not rate this movie a 1. Although the movie is not entertaining, the experience I had watching it was.
About 30 minutes into the movie, I had my doubts about it. I was in a daze; confounded by the inconceivable character actions, silly dialog, and over-reactions to non-events and under-reactions to significant events. I wanted to turn it off. However, as I slung insults and random comments at the TV, my wife and kids started to laugh. They joined in, and we did enjoy each other's creative comments. We certainly had a number of laughs at the movie.
After about a half-hour of that, it started to get old. We got bored with slinging comments, and started to realize how truly un-entertaining the movie itself was. We (the kids and I) finally gave up and went about more interesting business. My wife hung in there and finished it. She briefed me on the ending (in a disappointed and monotone voice).
All that said, if the movie was made as part of an ad-hoc college film project, or otherwise put together by a group of friends, I would have to say it was reasonably well done. However, presuming it was written/produced by professionals, I really can't say it measures up.
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