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Taylor Nicole Adams,
Everyone seems to be missing the point of the movie. It is a work of comic genius BECAUSE it is terrible. On the DVD the opening trailer is hilarious. Admittedly it doesn't reflect the movie, but I don't care, because I still love this movie, no matter what anyone says. I bought it for a £1. It was on a double disc with "Graduation Day", another film I actually quite like. They both have interesting story lines, shockingly poor production values, terrible acting, cheesy lines, but are still enjoyable movies.
She is not a nympho, there are more mutants than dinosaurs, and the man has a mullet, but what can you do? That was the way that movies were made back then. I don't know much about Troma Team movies, but I know I love them.
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