By Admin | June 25, 2000

1. Atrocious camera work, including some kind of hair or crack across the camera lens. 2. A weak dialogue ploy of writing subtitles on computer paper then pasting them on walls, especially as they aren’t always legible. 3. Perhaps the worst acting I’ve ever seen. 4. None of the above matter, because after five minutes of possibly the all time worst filmmaking, the finale will make you keel over with laughter and forget any violent thoughts you previously had for the director.

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