Ever hear a joke that falls flat because it is not in the least bit funny? Repeat said joke a million times as delivered by non-actors, who are stiff and seem afraid of the camera, and you have some idea of how this movie is. In their defense, they aren't given much to work with. An example is "Mafia Savings and Loan." Get it? Just in case you don't, it is repeated five or six more times, and with each time it gets even more hilarious- not. There are a ridiculous amount of cutaway shots to close-ups of the non-actors making exaggerated faces. Imagine eyebrows moving up and down accompanied by lecherous grins. What makes this mess even worse is that after about ten minutes into the movie, the lips don't sync up with the words. Yet, despite all this horridness, there is something fascinating about this movie that makes you keep watching. I am reminded of a Twilight Zone episode where this is what passes for a comedy show in Hell.
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