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Mindbenders (2004)

Unrated | | Sci-Fi | 5 October 2004 (USA)
Surreal sci-fi thriller about three wayward young women with extraordinary powers hunted by mysterious agents from a secret institute as they try to make sense out of their lives in a crazy world they don't understand.
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... Elle (as Tomiko Martinez)
Jennifer Goodrich ... Mia
Nicole Turner ... Ciccy
Ann Marie Camlin ... Erica
James Phelan ... Ravel Troutman
Mauro L. Metini ... Number One
R.J. Frost ... Number Three
J. Wells ... Number Two
Gregorio ... Preach the Pimp (as Zia)
Alejandro Escos ... Skag
James Hill ... Gedrick
Bruce Marshall Romans ... The John (as Bruce Romans)
Chris Bowers ... Number Six
Adrienne Wong ... Number Five
John Henry ... The Doctor
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Innovative surrealistic sci-fi thriller about three wayward young women with extraordinary powers being hunted by mysterious agents from a secret institute as they try to make sense out of their lives in a crazy world they don't understand. Great fight scenes and a surprise ending you have to see to believe. Written by Anthony Pettus

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Are they here to save us --- Or destroy us?

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Sci-Fi

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Unrated
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$10,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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What If You're Not Here Tomorrow?
by Kevin B. Smith/Angel X
(only in 95 min. version)
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Worst Movie Ever?
31 August 2014 | by See all my reviews

Hey, who doesn't like a movie so bad it's good? Well, this one is so bad, it's just...bad. I mean "don't waste your time" bad.

OK, perhaps there's some mild amusement for about three minutes--trying to figure out which is worse, the directing or the writing. Turns out it's a tie for really moronic, and the same guy wrote and directed it so there's no confusion about who to blame.

Ever know some guys in Jr. High school who were maybe big fans of a sci-fi show or movie and they'd come up with a plan to REMAKE Star Wars? Yeah, that's the kind of level of film making we're talking about here.

Seriously, watching this movie will make you feel like you're about to pass a twisted sardine can lid.

In the future, Anthony Wayne Pettus' name will be used to described involuntary bowel movements--but will never be used to describe anything more than amateur hobbyist films. And bad ones at that.


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