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I love B-Movies. Even grade Z-movies. If it's so bad it's good, I'm there. So I am no prude. When I heard of this movie, the premise alone made me wait hungrily for its release. Udo Kier in it, even better.
Now the bad news. I have seen it. It has zero jokes which work. The acting is atrocious while trying to be good, so it falls in the middle and is just annoying.
The premise is not used to any great effect. It's mainly set on the moon in a warehouse like Nazi base. Nothing funny. Nothing inventive. And little of it makes sense.
When it gets to Earth, it makes even less sense, and finally culminates in a senseless attempt to ring some sort of action out of what until then has been a lazy, lumbering talk fest.
Oh, and this is no spoiler, but all Udo Kier gets to do is appear in a handful of scenes eating something out of a tin foil wrapper. What? Who knows? Who cares?
THIS MOVIE IS DREADFUL. YOU WILL NEVER GET YOUR HOUR AND A HALF BACK!!!
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