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If you can get past the terrible acting, voicing and effects, it's not too bad. After half the movie I thought it was alright and some of it was pretty funny, by the end of the movie I liked it. I can watch it again and appreciate it more than I did the first watch through. This movie can not be taken seriously.
Some of the scenes don't seem fluid enough but for the most part you can stay on track with the movie. I think what really helps this movie is the homosexual guy (I can't remember his name), he is really funny.
It's definitely one of those movies that are so terrible and stupid but funny. If you can't stand B movies than avoid this movie like the plague.
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