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John Ennis as Cop. Ryan C. Benson as Cop. The Bruiser as Himself. Damon Intrabartolo. Jul 19, Full Review…. Feb 8, Rating: 2. Apr 29, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Jan 22, So, once again, for a couple of days until Monday, theoretically , I am writing these reviews on the Notepad because I exhausted all of my mobile hotspot options. The appointment to fix the WiFi was moved to Monday for reasons that I do not wish to get into. Nothing bad, I just don't wish to get into them or else I'll get pissed off.
Funny thing, I started watching this movie yesterday on an alternate hotspot, the hotspot ran out of data slightly less than halfway through the movie. I found another mobile hotspot that I had forgotten about, a free and cheaply made smartphone. It actually allowed me to finish the movie no problem.
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I even got the quality up to p, which I was not able to do with any of the other hotspots. Or at least be able to do it on a consistent basis like I did with the free phone. I finish the movie, I play Spider-Man on the PS4 a fucking great game, though I'm near the end and some of the city activities are starting to annoy me and it just gives up and dies. Leave the memories alone, don't change a thing and I'll hold you here in my memory. All jokes aside, shall we move on to this movie? Honestly, I didn't know what to expect from this movie. Much like a lot of movies from this era, I remember seeing parts of it, but never all at once in one sitting.
I remember, back in the day, that used to be a running inside joke for Clerks for me. I always caught bits and pieces of it and never the full thing from beginning to end. Though, to be fair, with Clerks, you can watch bits and pieces of it without any real context, since that film is kind of a bunch of skits thrown together. Not saying that it wasn't great, of course, but Clerks doesn't really have any sort of narrative structure and that's part of its charm. Regardless, I don't know, I never felt like I had to watch this movie.
And I imagined, having seen Big Ass Spider! And this movie didn't seem to have the best reputation. As much as one tries to avoid it, sometimes you're influenced by a film's reception in subconscious ways. That's why, I'm glad to say, that this movie really was quite the pleasant surprise. I'm not gonna say it's quite on Big Ass Spider's level, but I legitimately had fun watching this movie.
More than anyone could have reasonably expect. Of course, this isn't the second coming of Apocalypse Now. This was never meant to be a masterpiece or to, really, be taken all that seriously. Sometimes I think people take films TOO seriously and they expect unreasonable things. Not saying that the more mixed reaction is people taking the film too seriously, but you can't deny that there had to, at least, be SOME of that.
This clearly wears its 50s sci-fi films on its sleeves and it pays tribute to those because it understands, at its core, what made those movies great B-level entertainment and it tries to replicate that in a, at the time, more modern setting with more modern again, at the time, special effects.