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Starring the Amazing Kreskin and a whole bunch of 20-something headbangers that I've never heard of before, this discombobulated mess was recommended to me by a friend. After seeing this nonsense, I'm not so sure I want to be friends with her anymore. (laughs)
Is it trying to be arty or is it in serious need of editing ?? Gawd only knows... They either had:
a.) a moron for an editor or...
b.) no editor at all
It's just a bunch of scenes strung together with little or no coherence or planning, without even taking the viewing audience into account. In fact, it looks like an amateur film disguised as a professional film, disguised as an amateur film. (laughing) Thank Christ, it's only 75 minutes long.
If I was a film school teacher, I'd give it a F for being incomplete, but since I'm only one of many lowly reviewers around here, I'll give it a 1 out of 10 for being incomplete.
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