Action • PG-13 • 2000 • 1 hr 57 min
Known as one of the worst films in history. It does not disappoint.
This was about as enjoyable as a circumcision.
One of the most baffling films ever created. Everything about it is done poorly from start to finish. Only worth watching to see how bad.
Boring? Check. High pitched Travolta on stilts? Check. Villains with the dumbest plan ever? Check. Every shot is a ditch tilt? Check!
Arguably, the worst film ever created. Hope you like dutch angles!
This is your brain. Now, this is your brain on Scientology. Don't do Scientology, kids.
Dull, slow, disappointing. You should watch it though so I don’t have to be the only one to suffer.
Absolutely gigantic failure in every sense of the word. Bad dutch angles, ugly effects, zero story, and back door Scientology propaganda
Even my 10-year-old self knew this was sh*t.
Incomprehensibly bad in every way; only thing it has going for it are laughs which the rest of the movie seems intent on undermining. .5/10
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