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You're gonna make one a them desperate last stands?
Look, setting aside what this scum have in mind for us, what do you think they're gonna do to her, huh?
Mike, there's not alot we can do. We just hope that our cooperative attitudes and sunny dispositions see us clear.
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I have to respect movies which promise something and deliver exactly that. When I rented this (I was bored tonight) I had absolutely no expectations for some great piece of art, another Star Wars or Aliens. It was, however, a very cute and often amusing piece of sci-fi satire. (probably my favorite bit was how the truck's voice was a redneck woman, instead of the usual authoritative british guy) If you try to take it seriously, of course you'll hate it. But if you rent it because you want to see a beer & popcorn B-movie, then it's a REALLY good B-movie. I may have lost 90 minutes of my life and gained no new insights on the meaning of the universe, but I did have a good time.
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