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We're getting into Troll 2 territory with this film. Oh, did I say "film"? I meant video. Obviously the red JVC VHS video camera Marty Mcfly is using in Back to the Future was lent to these folks. Sound? It becomes obvious they are using the mic on the video camera whenever an actor in the foreground is audible and the actor in the background is totally inaudible. Shame on everyone involved in this... I'm looking at you Jesus! The comedy happens when it is revealed just how out of touch the "filmmakers" are with the "hood" subject matter. One character INJECTS crack and then exclaims "I LOVE DRUGS!". There is a pimp with some posters on his walls. You know, standard gangsta stuff; Scarface, Matrix, The Mummy... ummmm... Flipper and Space Jam!? There are plenty scenes like this and at 70 minutes (a VERY padded 70 minutes with some scenes being shown 3 times during the course of the movie) its well worth a watch but only as an epic failure.
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