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when i saw this movie i felt myself bad. this is the worst movie ever done. truly. there are some bad low-budget movies, but at least you can laugh at them. but it doesn't work in this. it is so bad that crying is the only feeling that it makes. the movie pretends to be a funny comedy about las vegas, but it only is a horror movie, with some free sex and violence in order to have some audience. the only use that this movie has is to learn the people how do you don't have to a movie in all aspects: writing (this word doesn't exist for joey travolta -as the word cinema-), photography (the director of photography was drunken all the time), editing (no, joey, you are not david fincher), acting (acting without director must be difficult, i understand). i saw it at night on tv because i couldn't sleep and now i have nightmares for this movie. i hate this movie and i hate joey travolta.
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