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For years I heard about The Underground Comedy Movie, from word of mouth, to the cheesey TV spots they ran for the film. I even came close to buying the DVD a few times. Now that I've actually seen the movie, I thank god every day that I didn't shell out the $30 for this worthless crap.
The Underground Comedy Movie has got to be the unfunniest movie ever. Words can not explain how bad this film really is. All I can say is, I didn't even pay to see this film, and I still feel cheated for wasting the time to watch it.
The film is basicly a series of badly written comedy sketches, with what seem to be the directors feinds and reletives, and a few washed up actors and celebrities. There's alot of ad-libbing in the movie, which is usually a goo thing, but it's really uncreative repetitive ad-libbing. Maybe it's just the writng. I'm not sure.
At best you might find a few things here and there, that are kinda funny, but all in all, this movie sucked.
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