What the Hell is this? I don’t really know. Everyone in this movie is a useless moron. You’ll cheer when they die! Yay, death! You’ll see pregnant men! Violent women! Leftist diatribes!
Why did I pick this? Things happen after a three martini dinner. I recommend the same for anyone watching this. I scanned it, making sure there was some amusing bits, and then chose it. Hey, it’s been a hard few months! It seemed like a good idea when I picked this film. Independent film, check. Seldom seen by anyone, check. Singular vision, check. So laugh at this train wreck and realize that if even five of us watch this, the audience over time has just doubled.
Enjoy as our protagonists (antagonizing protagonists) are sucked into an alternate timeline where angry, violent women rule the world. This is different from now, where warmongering men rule the world. Which is better? You’ll be able to say after watching this film. Surely.
This film got 3 of 10 stars, s0 I figured it would be fun to read some reviews from IMDB! Here’s the top review:
“There are definitely anti-capitalist, pro-environmentalist, feminist tones presented in really campy ways. The movie could serve as a fun jaunt in beginner’s leftist topics. It draws on stereotypes from both sides.”
Oh wait – there was only one user review. Thank you, intrepid reviewer. And the review is right, this is a film that tried WAY too hard to sell a point. Case in point – about 30 minutes in the head leftist queen rants about Trump destroying the world fighting Putin. Hilarious. If only they knew what we know now.
This movie is the singular vision (see statement above) of writer/director Sheldon Silverstein, a man with six credits as a producer. One film he was responsible for is The Erotic Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, which I damn well wish I had a trailer for! I’d show that tonight!
This movie may or may not be based on an actual book, by the same title. Probably not. The title of this film may be inspired by the book title, at least.
So watch! Or Don’t! Or talk amongst yourselves! Everything is voluntary! Next week is “You asked for it” week: Sharkula! As the trailer says, “This great white is putting the bite back into terror!” After that, we are overdue for either a western or a kung fu film. Any preference?
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