Why don’t you Play in Hell? An OGR Protest Review


That’s the last straw! I have tried to stick up for Japsanity – and in recent years Canada’s arrival in the low budget exploitation market – but diminishing returns are no longer worth the taking of chances and the wasting of blood cells.

I can either stop drinking on weekends, or cut this type of crap from my movie diet. And frankly, this was an easier choice than I expected.

If nothing else I hope these next 130 odd words save you from wasting a couple hundred minutes.

The ‘Fuck-Bombers’ are a small group of guerrilla filmmaking teens hoping fervently that they might one day make the ‘Perfect Movie’

Elsewhere a gang boss hunts for his estranged daughter, a once cherubic toothpaste commercial star. The gang boss feel his now grown daughter can recapture her charm and become a star, but she is no longer interested in pursuing such things.

It takes 100 minutes to bring these parties together, and another 20 to prove beyond doubt that no-one was right.

There are no stars here, let alone perfect movies. Instead the usual over-acting, screamed dialogue, bug eyes and ridiculous reactions to any and all news. A 130 minute gumbo of half baked ideas and enough CGI blood to fill 37 computer generated barrels.

Final Rating – 4.5 / 10. My version of hell has this playing on a loop.

An idea. Let’s pit Japan and Canada in a ‘to the death’ battle, because when two film industries continue churning out mindless lazy crap like this; there can be only one. Actually, preferably none.

About OGR

While I try to throw a joke or two into proceedings when I can all of the opinions presented in my reviews are genuine. I don't expect that all will agree with my thoughts at all times nor would it be any fun if you did, so don't be shy in telling me where you think I went wrong... and hopefully if you think I got it right for once. Don't be shy, half the fun is in the conversation after the movie.
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