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I know that a number of people have called the movies put out by this inane and absurd company "so bad it's funny" and while I understand that concept I am afraid that this movie is yet another example of everything that is wrong with the movies today. Pequod. That whole native American tribe in Massachusetts thing. Basically it is a symbol of doom. Doom is the operative theme here as we are forced to watch more bad acting, more bad writing, more bad special effects, and more bad directing. This is movie is better than some of The Asylum's works but that's like saying that this dog turd is less smelly and sticky than the other dog turd. I like that they tried to play with one of the classic stories in our society but they failed worse that Paris Hilton trying to take the Mensa entrance examination. In the original work we experience the well-known theme of the individual versus nature. Fine so far. The problem here is that the theme is the individual versus The Asylum's assault on our intelligence and common sense. This is not even "so bad it's funny" as nothing in this movie approaches humor.
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