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If you were a brilliant geneticist, working on a secret government genetic engineering project, and your fiancee dumped you because your sperm were not viable, what would you do to resolve ... See full summary »

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If you were a brilliant geneticist, working on a secret government genetic engineering project, and your fiancee dumped you because your sperm were not viable, what would you do to resolve your mid-life crisis? Dr. Gino Conti creates his own son by combining reptilian and human DNA, but discovers fatherhood an extraordinary challenge when his son's anger management issues include eating people. Written by Anonymous

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"That Thing is My Son!"


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NOT Even For Entertainment Purposes.
15 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Let me begin by saying that every movie released deserves a 1(one). I don't care how bad the movie, actors, script, etc is. Just the sheer fact that these movies are pressed onto discs for you to buy or rent should gain them a 1(one). This movie surpassed that criteria, only by a fraction. It did that by its subject matter. A man's genetic makeup crossed with a transgenic* (of, pertaining to, or containing a gene or genes transferred from another species)Komodo Dragon, the common Iguana and a snake(unspecified). Fairly unique premise and that is it....there really is not much more to say. The acting was flat (or non-existent). The script seemed to be more difficult than the actors could handle. That is very sad in that most of the people who created this, dare I say, monstrosity were also actors in the film. The movie also had more plot holes than Swiss cheese. I thought I would at least get a laugh or two, at the expense of the film's ineptitude, but no chuckles were forthcoming. View at your own risk.


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