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Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The movie ain't chillin' but you guys are shillin'
This is just inane, boring, low-budget Bigfoot film #55, not scary once, and half as funny.
In fact, not until I read all the comments above from cast-crew members pretending to be Joe Public -- or maybe just ONE cast or crew member pretending to be Joe Public -- not until then did I realize that any of it was SUPPOSED to be funny.
90 minutes down the drain.
IMDb is telling me that the minimum length for comments is ten lines of text. I can't think of ten lines worth of things to say about this nothing movie. But I'm vamping in hopes of getting this up to ten.
How 'bout those Mets?
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