There's a bomb and QTs Dad has to stop it and I think there's some money somewhere.


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There's a bomb and QTs Dad has to stop it and I think there's some money somewhere.

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Laughably Bad!
30 October 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I felt like I was watching a train wreck in front of my eyes and there was just nothing I could do to stop it. For two hours, I kept telling my DVD player - "Make it Stop, Make it Stop" - but it kept going on and on...much like the Energizer Bunny or Jean, the hit woman/ demon in the movie.

I think the most remarkable parts of the movie was how whenever a woman was killed, being nailed against a wall, shot in bed, or even asleep, she was always fully naked. My tongue and cheek response for this was - being naked is the pre-requisite to achieve scene perfection.

Another great scene was when Tony Tarantino's secretary fully stripped down to her garter, walked outside the office door full frontal and all. This was truly an Academy Award winning performance. And just shows how much some thespians will do to get a SAG credit to their name.

At times while watching this movie, I kept asking myself - Am I watching a porno film or just a horrifically bad movie? The answer to this was about 5% of the former and 95% of the latter.

Aside from the terrible acting, poor editing, and lack of production value, I feel that this movie could become a drinking cult classic...every time Jean "dies", you drink a shot. By the time the movie finishes, your bar will be empty.

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