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It's on Comcast On Demad right now!


I just checked out all the free movies on On Demad and this was one of them! HaHa, this movie is funny as hell. If you live in the Bay Area and have Comcast On Demand then check it out! i couldn't stop laughing at it.

The Tracy Jordan Institute for Black Karate

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We're watching it right now. Valaria is hot as *beep*

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I'm watching now also! I second the hot as *beep* motion.

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The girls in this movie were hot. But the movie was DUMB!!!!

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I watched it too On Demand. this movie was top notch cheesefest

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I can't imagine anyone demanding this film, and if you live in the Bay Area you have plenty of other, better things to do. Still, I watched it, and though I'm not necessarily a better person for it, I'm definitely wiser.

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after examining Valeria's "pleasure machine" (or whatever its called) scene numerous times - what!? i was looking for discontinuities! - i fast-forwarded through it because it was intolerable.

trust me, i like offbeat movies that tend not to be the most popular on IMDB or anywhere else. id call this a film school film, but then i wouldnt want to offend film school students, because i know two at least that would have done a much better job thank this crap.

its incredible how this movie was even made. the acting was horrendous.

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This almost seems like a spoof of a bad film because it's so unbelievably horrendous. I watched about half an hour, kept falling asleep and kept rewinding until I finally saw it through to the end the next day.

The narration, the costumes, the ridiculous story were bad to the point of surrealism. The artwork was a tipoff, and the cover says something about it being made exclusively for the home video market, as if that were a good thing. There are a lot of decent straight-to-video movies and a lot of "so bad they're good" films, but this one is neither. It's sheer torture.

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Still on COMCAST On-Demand here in the Chicago area. I just contracted the on demand service and was testing it out and since I was also waiting for something I did not want to get too involved with anything on TV, so I tuned in to RH since it was a modest 80 minutes long.

Absolutely no comment on this piece except that I am glad it gave actors work and got they got paid (something) for this job. I definitely would not give hem the cliched advice "don't quit your day job"! Regards

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