Truly a masterpiece. Avant-garde cinema at it’s best.

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10 Responses to “Truly a masterpiece. Avant-garde cinema at it’s best.”

  1. Captain Howdy

    Truly a piece that speaks volumes of today’s society. It has very relevant issues, focusing specifically on the jaded street cops who have lost all faith in humanity after seeing so much violence and hate in the streets and the dangers of genetic manipulation. Playing God has such heavy prices as evidenced by Long Haired Scientist’s struggle to control the madness that struggles beneath his academic facade known as The Amazing Bulk.

    Focusing on the subplot of the two cops, it’s obvious that Female Cop has found life to be bland and boring and has filled the void in her heart with anonymous sex and rampant drug use. Male Cop, on the other hand, is reeling from the loss of his wife and child from an accident at the amusement park, obvious from the visceral terror evident on his face when Long Haired Scientist mentions where his wallet was stolen, and has since turned to alcoholism, running from the pain and torment the ghostly images of his deceased family.

    Lightning Bolt Guy’s role is obviously downplayed in the trailer for one reason, and one reason only: SPOILER ALERT he is actually the police commissioner and has been diagnosed with a horrible disease that allows him to ejaculate lightning bolts. He has dedicated the remainder of his short and violent life to stopping the rogue vigilante, The Amazing Bulk, and destroying the false moon that was created on the night of The Amazing Bulk’s unholy birth, the source of it’s power.

    Truly, a remarkable and heart-tugging piece of film that speaks volumes of the ennui and blandness of the lives of the people of today. This film will make you cry and weep like a widow and feel a gaping wound in your soul. Never has a film had such a real effect on the emotions of it’s audience since the crucifixion of Jesus Christ as portrayed by Mel Gibson’s Passion of the Christ. Remarkable and certainly the greatest film that has ever been made, this feature will mark the end of cinema as we know it, as no one will ever be able to create something as beautiful as the face of God himself.

    Current score: 10

    posted on:March 4th, 2011 at 11:20 pm
  2. Raisins

    amazing. Round of applause

    Current score: 2

    posted on:March 4th, 2011 at 11:35 pm
  3. Ravenhallow

    I almost spit beer. Well done, Cap’n.
    /applause

    Current score: 0

    posted on:March 4th, 2011 at 11:51 pm
  4. Cathulhu

    If Raisins is the god of TIIT then Captain Howdy is quite obviously jesus himself.

    Current score: 1

    posted on:March 5th, 2011 at 12:58 am
  5. drunkula

    5 internetz for you both

    Current score: 0

    posted on:March 5th, 2011 at 2:36 pm
  6. Beeker

    I just shit all over myself from reading that. Today is a good day.

    Current score: 1

    posted on:March 5th, 2011 at 3:17 pm
  7. Grizz

    I was tricked into watching this movie under the assumption that I would be seeing the screen adaptation of Grape Ape’s autobiography, but I left the theater with a new appreciation for cinema. And a hard-on.

    Current score: 0

    posted on:March 7th, 2011 at 1:46 am
  8. Atticus

    For the first time ever, I’ve seen something before I saw it here! Thats I get for having friends addicted to bad cinema. But this is still awesome.

    Current score: 0

    posted on:March 7th, 2011 at 2:28 pm
  9. Ramrod

    From IMDB

    Trivia: “Actors were filmed in one large room in front of a green screen.”

    Oh, so thats how they did it?

    Current score: 0

    posted on:March 7th, 2011 at 7:52 pm
  10. sweetestsadist

    Reminds me of my teen years playing Cd-i and 3DO.

    Current score: 0

    posted on:March 8th, 2011 at 1:51 pm

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