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Mondo cane 2000 - L'incredibile (1988)

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A disgrace to the term
14 May 2007 | by (Tokyo, Japan) – See all my reviews

This has "diddy wah" to do with the great Mondo Cane.

A couple of Jac and Prosper wannabes leaped on the bandwagon about 25 years too late. Thought you could rip off the title and make one as good did you? WRONG.

This was a bunch of throwaway vignettes that you'll never see on TV due to the graphicness. And you shouldn't see it on tape due to it's patheticness.

The scene with the baboon getting its rocks removed was THE scene. And you wondered why exactly they were doing this. Nothing scientifically had to do with it. Just watch the poor thing suffer.

Avoid this like the crud that it is.


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