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Taylor St. Clair
First day on job publicist, a radio show personality, confused gang leader, and a shrink on crack rush to recuperate Brad Pitt who is hallucinating apes after drinking a soda contaminated with bug killer.
Dubious acting, direction and a tired story (about a killer on the loose) make for very lackluster viewing. Veteran actor Timothy Bottoms turns in an embarrassing over the top performance as the ripper - his hypnosis scenes and final monologue are unintentionally funny - and due to the cardboard nature of the characters, I couldn't care about any of them, including the "good" guys. Mike Norris is actually a better actor than his father Chuck, but he'll need better vehicles than this if his career is to prosper. As time killers go, this rates rather low. 3 out of 10.
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