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Trees Review


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One might say there's a limit to the amount of time one could watch a Jaws spoof. That limit turns out to be 47 minutes. 47 minutes until a straight satire gets just too goofy to endure.

Trees, a video-based indie, fills about 87 minutes with pure camp -- maybe too pure, and certainly too much for all but the die-hard Jaws obsessive. Your imagination can fill in the plot points as well as I can -- a man-eating tree is marauding a sleepy woodland town. Yes, it's a "great white pine" that walks around and kills people with its vicious pine needles.

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