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This is the quintessential bottom feeding, below low end, cheesiest, unintended comedy disaster film of all time
"Easily one of the worst movies of all time. I'm understating it."
No disagreement here!!!
This is the quintessential "Plan 9 From Outer Space" (for everyone familiar with this alltime classic low budget scifi film) of disaster genre' films.
Every hackneyed cliché' that could possibly be imagined was tossed into this thing . . . sort of like a mental indigestion.
I can only imagine what was going on at the set while they were actually shooting film for this thing.
The actors and film crew must have been barely able to keep from constantly laughing as they attempted to say their lines and plod their way through these evermore, beyond ridiculous scenes.
Either that, or everyone must have been smoking "something" during this entire escapade.
Come to think of it, the behind the scenes, "the making of . . . " footage of this unintended comedy extraordinaire actually might have been truly entertaining to watch, certainly more interesting than the actual film itself.
Trust me on this one . . . do not spend any money, as in none, zero, nada to see this clunker, unless, of course, one has a particular fetish for exceedingly bad films.
OK, I kept this as polite and civil as possible.
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