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The end credits read :- The events, characters, and firms depicted in this photo-play are fictitious. Any similarity to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental. Unless you're another 50 foot and again, only then will we freak out. No animals were harmed in the production of this screenplay. Except several Robots, We're not sorry. See more »
I advise you to watch this movie so you will appreciate a good movie when you will see it
This movies has them all: story line, drama, action, love, sex, special effects. No, I didn't lost my mind, I was just jocking it's a COMPLETE GARBAGE.
It goes around a failed experiment and that's about it with the story line. The characters are weak, but why do you need strong characters when everything is about shooting aimlessly and getting killed. Most of the actors I think were hired on "the cheapest we can get" premises.
You can watch this as an alternative to a Comedy or a Documentary. It is actually funny how bad the roles and the actors are, and you can consider it a case study about bad movies.
Well done Griff Furst, keep trying, by mistake you will eventually make something good.
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