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OK, so "Disastrous" isn't an imaginative barb for this movie, but then there's not a shred of wit to the movie, so....
I saw this movie for free. A friend who said he "pissed his pants" at the trailer had free passes. I think he's incontinent.
A spoof of disaster movies might have been fun. This is not it. A couple disaster movies get referenced, not really spoofed. Instead, the "spoofing" is of recent movies of all genres, and of aspects of current pop-culture. Then again, how current is women's wrestling or the "Head On" commercials?
If there's anything about it that's good, there's the 70 minute or so running time (where did they get 90 minutes?) and Nicole Parker seems like she might be good, if she had good material.
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