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From the cheesy dialogue to the complete lack of scientific accuracy, this movie is completely ridiculous in its ridiculousness. About the only thing mildly entertaining (and the only reason for 2 stars instead of 1) is the laughter at the mile-a-minute tearing apart of the inaccuracies one can do while watching. I'm a firm believer in willful suspension of disbelief to enjoy a work of fiction, but this movie challenges even that.
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