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Puzzlehead (2005)

Not Rated | | Drama, Sci-Fi | 21 April 2005 (USA)
Post apocalyptic Frankenstein-ish fantasy

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Stephen Galaida ... Puzzlehead / Walter
... Julia
Mark Janis ... Carjacker
Mark Lampert ... Dead Man / Victim
Jon Bavier ... Landlord
Paul Schulz ... Dreggy Guy
Elise Abrams ... Dreggy Girl
Ramon Moraldo ... Homeless Man
Ray Montanez ... Mugger
... Robber
... Thug #1 (as John Elmanahi)
Kevin McCormack ... Thug #2
Richard Craven ... Paramedic #1
Edward J. Harrigan ... Paramedic #2
Amy Lotven ... Patient
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Post apocalyptic Frankenstein-ish fantasy

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So this is what it is to be human...

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Drama | Sci-Fi

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$500,000 (estimated)
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Puzzlehead: The Anti-Federalists and the Luddites forced the closure of all biomechanical laboratories and began replacing them with fertility clinics. Funding ceased for everything not directly related to re-population. Quite ironic now that I think about it. Walter managed to salvage most of the equipment that wasn't nailed down. The most important of which was D-I-amdac, a brain scanner, which he used to scan his own brain to provide the blueprint for the neuro-net map of my artificially ...
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Quite possibly the worst film ever made!
29 August 2007 | by See all my reviews

Somehow I managed to sit through this film till the end and in doing so feel I deserve an award for pain endurance.

The film is highly predictable, extremely poorly acted (days of our lives bad)and slower than a stoned tortoise.

I rarely take the time to comment but if I can save just one other person the torture of this movie then it was worth the few minutes to type.

I may seem harsh with these comments but in truth these words are the nicest way I could have summed it up.

I don't understand how tripe like this can still be churned out in the 21st century with over 100 years of film history behind us NO movie studio should back things like this.


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