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Ugly, pointless, unimaginative, and nasty. The movie equivalent of a long disused multi-storey car park. I've seen radio plays that have a better grasp of visual grammar, come across wounded wasps with more tenderness, heard muzak with more wit, ridden on white knuckle roller coasters with more subtlety, seen mud that was more original and wind with more insight into human nature. It contains two curiously pointless homages to the children's TV series, The Double Deckers. A mistake as The Double Deckers is a work of Dostoievskian majesty compared to this, even though it was completely crap in any other context.
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