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Kill these puppies Jones!
These puppies are a direct threat to the national security of the United States!
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The humor is mostly Canadian, the movie is mostly good.
I saw a preview for this movie, and it looked hilarious. It was not, but it was good, slightly sweet, fairly funny, and worth watching.
This is a quirky Canadian film, so if you do not understand or like Canadian humor, then you likely will not like this film. (Canadian humor is 50% Monty Python, 10% American slapstick and 40% self mocking).
The "special effects".... I am stretching that word to its limits... are fine for the style of movie.
The acting is very strong and really fun to watch, not a single weak link.
The scrip Idea is fun, the writing,not brilliant, but amusing, and the cast pull it off well.
I recommend this comedy for some feel good light laughs.
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