Six years after Michael Myers last terrorized Haddonfield, he returns there in pursuit of his niece, Jamie Lloyd, who has escaped with her newborn child, for which Michael and a mysterious cult have sinister plans.
A group of heavily armed hijackers board a luxury ocean liner in the South Pacific Ocean to loot it, only to do battle with a series of large-sized, tentacled, man-eating sea creatures who had already invaded the ship.
Pat Riley, an obnoxious busybody of undeterminable sex, meets and falls in love with Chris, a sensitive, caring person also of undeterminable sex. Their relationship suffers because Pat's a lout, and cannot decide on a direction for its life. Meanwhile, Pat's neighbor Kyle falls further and further into obsession with Pat, fascinated by its indeterminate sexuality.Written by
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After the film was pulled due to the critically poor reception, in an unfortunate coincidence, Julia Sweeney received news that her brother, Mike, had been diagnosed with lymphoma. See more »
While Kyle is watching Pat on "America's Weirdest People" his shirt has a blue collar. After the show ends, his shirt has a red collar. See more »
[after reading Pat's diary]
That's it. Th-th-th-that's all? The most intimate record of... every detail about Pat's life and not a single clue about Pat's sex? Why? Why, that's so unfair!
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During the closing credits, audio of Kathy Griffin and Kyle is heard. Kathy is now back on her radio show and one of her callers turns out to be Kyle, whose obsession with Pat has now caused him to become a cross-dresser. See more »
In most versions of the film, the Japanese spoken words in the sushi bar are subtitled, with a man stepping in front of the subtitles just as Pat's boss is revealing what he saw in the bathroom. In recent cable versions the scene is still there, but the subtitles are oddly absent. See more »
This is not worth dignifying with more than a few comments. Its virtually unwatchable but I made it..why, I don't know. Sometimes you want to see a disaster, there's no other explanation.
I enjoyed the skit on SNL. Pat seemed evasive, intentionally, as her sex-as-a-question mark is the whole point of the comedy to begin with. She couldn't directly answer a question that would allude because without that, you don't have anything.
But in the movie, Pat is not only evasive, but self-centered, rude and gets away with it!
So while you are watching a one-dimensional character act like a duchess, ask yourself if its ever gotten as bad as this. 1/10.
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