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So bad that it should be entertaining... but it's not.
I have seen a great deal of movies in my day. This is the worst one. The train wreck of it all kept me watching until the end and I was upset with myself for it. You would think that something so unwatchable would somehow become a cult classic. This won't. The acting quality is so pathetic that you just end up feeling sorry for the cast. I would venture a guess that most of them have other full-time jobs. I would recommend this movie to anyone who feels the need to calibrate the audio/visual sensors in their brain to default settings by watching something so ridiculous that it forces a master reset. I watched Kalifornia directly after this film and it was the best movie I had ever seen in my life.
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