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Jean de Segonzac
I enjoy National Lampoon's stuff, and I love all the Jackass movies and TV shows and all that, but this movie was absolute garbage. It was the worst put together and least funny movie I have ever seen and I actually feel insulted that this was made a mainstream movie. I didn't pay for this movie, but it was so bad it makes me want to try and get my money back. The only reason I gave this movie a 1 is because you cannot give zeros. This is by far the worst movie-going experience I have ever had and am extremely disappointed in everyone who played any part in the making of this junk. I drove way out of my way to see this expecting something stupidly fun, but instead I got something stupidly awful. I would say this is the worst film I have ever seen, but to call this a film would be a gross overstatment, all this can be described as is garbage.
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