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This movie is terrible. Not in the "house of the dead" "alone in the dark" sense of the word - those movies should have their negatives burned and all copies destroyed because i think there is a significant connection between the decline of western civilization and the proliferation of Uwe Bolls career. Rather, this movie is a sci-fi-special-effects laden comedy that isn't funny, has no plot, no character development and less than impressive special effects (actually this would be a great stupid kids movie if it wasn't for the language as there aren't enough movies out there for stupid kids). There are moments where its entertaining and I enjoyed some of the banter as well as some of the effects, but the sum was far less than the parts. The one scene that I laughed at was when Jay Mohr was explaining his escape plan to Eddie, one of the dumbest escape plans in the history of bad escape plans, and Eddie just looks at him like he's a moron, not looking away for what seemed a solid 60 seconds. This joke took time to set up and someone talented to pull it off. Eddie is still talented in that he knows comedy and what can make people laugh. But for some time now all he has done are movies that are less interested in taking the time to make the joke work and more interested with throwing as much slightly amusing trash-talk at the audience as they can in 120 minutes and hope enough sticks to call itself a good comedy. If its on HBO and its raining and nothing else is on, watch and kill two hours. or don't. you wont miss much.
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