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Cruel Game Review


Unbearable
The truly cruel game is having to sit through this movie, in which an L.A. playboy (Adam Baratta) juggles up to four different women while claiming to truly love one of them, a Japanese girl (Jennifer Tung) who may or may not be in it for the green card.

After an hour of ridiculous love scenes with the likes of adult-magazine starlets Victoria Silvstedt and Carrie Stevens, we are thrown into an even more ridiculous stolen-$1-million/who's-scamming-who? story. By working in three plot twists at the end to ensure that no one understands what exactly went down, writer/director Masahi Nagadoi unfortunately makes one even more major mistake, failing to realize that we have long since ceased to care.

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Kung Pow: Enter the Fist Review


Unbearable
They say nobody sets out to make a bad movie, but with Kung Pow: Enter the Fist, that's a hard statement to believe. One could argue that as a silly, nonsensical comedy poking fun at martial arts flicks, this bumbling trash-heap serves it purpose. Is it right to pan a film for achieving its goals?

If it's as bad as this, you bet! When a single person writes, directs, produces, and stars in a movie, you know it's truly his vision. For Steve Oedekerk, who made us laugh with The Nutty Professor and made us cringe with Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls, it's an accomplishment that will haunt him for the rest of his career.

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