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This little production now holds my top pick for worst movie I've ever seen. I don't make claims like this lightly, having seen thousands of films and nearly every sci-fi movie ever made. The flaws in this production are such a distraction, that suspension of disbelief is impossible. Camera composition and blocking have to be the worst aspect, followed closely by lighting, audio recording and direction. I'd like to say that I've seen better film on shower curtains, but this appears to have been shot on video and processed to look like film. Don't ovoid this movie, watch it and learn valuable lessons in film-making 101.
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