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A b-rating for this flick, is an insult to b-grade films
After seeing this film, I've come to the conclusion that, Plan 9 From Outer Space, should have won an Oscar. Bad acting, bad plot, bad dialog, un-scary sharks. The list could go on and on. I actually sat through this entire film, hoping it would get better, but Noooo! Now Jeff Fahey's character was the only redeeming factor in this movie, and that was for the comedic value of his part. Poor Jeff must have needed some serious pocket cash, or he must be a close friend of the Producer's. There were several cute girls in the movie, Whitney Sloan, being one of them, but even they couldn't save this poor excuse for a horror film. If you're an Ed Wood fan, you might like this flick, but I think Ed's movies are far far better than this...
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