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After watching 45 seconds of this movie I concluded that it was created for the sole purpose of having those associated with it laughing at the reviews from people that mistook it for a serious production.
$50 million budget?
Correction, I should say: "No, unless $50 was spent on production, and $49,999,950 was spent on cocaine and Doritos."
But I do give it 9 stars for professional quality trolling -- see other reviews and associated high word count.
As a public service, it should be said you do see two women topless -- one white, one black.
So an additional star for inclusiveness.
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