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I will admit, I am somewhat of a bad movie buff. I enjoy movies with camp value, or that are so over the top in their plots/staging that you just have to laugh all the way through. Unfortunately, this movie mostly falls into that little niche where a movie is "bad bad" rather than "funny bad." There were a few chuckles here and there, mostly unintentional and a few intentional (maybe). And if you really must be able to see bank robbers be immobilized with a psychedelic-colored oil slick, well it's got that too. But somehow this movie manages to make web guns and slippery rainbow dye be pretty uninteresting. Which is some sort of achievement, but not one I'd be likely to watch again.
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