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Birdemic is undoubtedly the worst piece of film-making I have had the pleasure of viewing. Everything about it is badly done: from the sound that clips in and out; the spotty lighting; the weird camera work, the stunted, jarring, awkward dialogue; the "CGI" and the total complete utter lack of anything somewhat resembling a plot.
However, all of this comes together to create a really entertaining watch. Provided you have a few friends and don't attempt to take it seriously, this movie will make you cry with laughter. Its truly an achievement that the movie is so consistently bad, in such a consistently hilarious way.
Everyone should watch this masterpiece. Not only will you have a great time, and learn lots about how global warming really works, but you will then appreciate how good other movies really are.
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