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(at around 1 min) When the cop first arrives on his sea plane, his sheriff's badge is on the left side of his shirt. But moments later as they enter the woods, it is on the right side of his shirt. See more »
I did manage to sit through the whole thing. It had sound, moving images, some sort of plot, and characters.
I suppose I'm at the right age and of the right gender to enjoy this sort of thing...young alt women in various states of undress. But it didn't appeal to me at all. For one thing, these young women have particularly unattractive personalities. For another, contrary to what others have written, they're pretty plain-looking and not much of a turn-on, even nude and trying to pose seductively.
I think it really began to irritate me when four girls in a boat, even when equipped with a very nice paddle, couldn't seem to get their boat the last 100 feet to the shore. Nope...got to strip (literally) and swim to shore.
As for the final resolution and climax of the story, if you can't see it coming from a mile away, you don't watch many movies.
Better than "Birdemic," but not by too much. Still, watchable in parts.
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