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i don't know why but i kind of love this movie. and i realize that's not a completely defensible position. but it's such a relentlessly b, b movie. it's a b list cast (i love the fucking cast.), no one's clothes quite fit correctly, every car is old and every haircut wrong. the plot is frustrating and every character is absurd. and yet, rewatching it is like visiting with old friends. that are kind of weird. and a little dangerous. but fun. (recommended.)
1/2 Star! One of the worst ever
Not even looking likely to be remotely funny, 11 mins binned
no fui capaz de terminar de ver esta damier.
Very bizarre comedy from the director of Rubber, but then again what would you expect from him? Lotsa familiar funny faces, and there's some good laughs and I liked the electronic score, but there really isn't that much there plot wise, and it's pretty short too. Though it's definitely more normal plot wise than any of his other movies
Unwatchable. Not funny.
I couldn't finish this crap
This movie has a lot of very funny people in it, but isn't all that funny. It has its moments, which are few, and Marilyn Manson's bit part steals the show, surprisingly. If you love the absurd, like I do, you'll finish it. Just don't expect to feel like you've watched anything great.
If Luis Buñuel were alive today and he had to make a low-brow comedy, this is most likely close to what you would get. Quentin Dupieux applies a surreal and absurdist cinematic viewpoint on to a series of profane, perverse and odd comedy sketches that one might expect from the 1990's Upright Citzens Brigade that have been meshed together in movie that is hellbent on subverting the concept of comedies like Police Academy / Caddyshack / Animal House. The result is as odd as it is funny. And, while it never quite works --- the steady stream of offensive humor and especially skilled comedic acting keeps you watching. You might feel the need to take a shower afterward, but if you like you enjoy dark, politically-incorrect humor and experimental filmmaking --- it is a safe bet you will enjoy it. Imagine the more "mainstream" Supertroopers movie if it were on acid with a far more angry vibe.
It's not to be taken seriously.... this is someone just simply playing around and having fun...