The third installment in the Class of Nuke 'em High series takes up where part 2 left off. A giant mutant squirrel has destroyed the Tromaville power plant and Roger Smith has saved the day...
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The third installment in the Class of Nuke 'em High series takes up where part 2 left off. A giant mutant squirrel has destroyed the Tromaville power plant and Roger Smith has saved the day. This one begins as Roger's twin sons Adlai and Dick are born. Dick is stolen at the hospital and Roger only knows that his one son Adlai exists. Dick is raised by thugs and is taught to be evil while Adlai is taught to be good and peaceful. The evil Dr. Slag, PhD. uses Dick to frame Adlai and turn the people against him and then turn Tromaville into a toxic wasteland. It is up to Adlai to foil the fiendish plot and save Tromaville from destruction. Written by
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"So I did what came naturally," I smashed the tape into a million, zillion little pieces!
More than anything else, this movie made me want to slit my wrists. It's only maybe an hour long, but it FEELS like several more at LEAST. Not only that, but at least half of it is just a RECAP of the LAST SEQUEL! I think Tromaville was actually better when they were just bad naturally, and not trying to do it on purpose. They used to be "enjoyably bad" and now they're "very, very painfully bad."
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