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Girls, Girls, Girls
Written by Tommy Lee, Mick Mars and Nikki Sixx
Performed by Mötley Crüe
Courtesy of Masters 2000, Inc.
Under License from Universal Music Enterprises
Published by Sixx/Gunner Tunes
Administered by Warner Chappell Music (ASCAP) See more »
I just had the luck to see this film at the Hamburg Fantasy Film Fest and loved it, why? It is so far out and funny, in all shades, good humour, bad humour and very bad humour. A little like the Team America makers decided to save the budget by using wax puppets and use the saved cash for really bad substances (I know of course that this is not the case, but look at it and you should see what I mean ;-)) The plot follows the Armageddon script and has some very recognizable scenes almost exactly taken from, it well, momentarily to change drastically and create humour this way and it works! If you like your puppet comedies tough, go and see this one. If you mind bad language and/or explicit themes and scenes, maybe reconsider...
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