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Probably the worst movie I've seen in ages. Uniformly bad writing, acting, lighting, cinematography: you name it, it's sub-competent. I especially like the way our Yanni-looking leading man (who aspires to Jimmy Buffet-ness) and B-movie queen Shannon Whirry (whose English accent fades in and out in even single lines) attempt to banter and have chemistry; it's laugh-inspiring. Plot? Who knows! All I can tell you is that Malcolm McDowell had reached his low point here. Avoid this movie at all costs! Or, watch it with two or three sharp-tongued friends a'la "MST3K" and have a ball! "Time is the fire in which we burn!" indeed!
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