The dialogue in this film is one of the most poorly written scripts I have ever heard. But, it added humor to the show. To be clear, I definitely was laughing at this film, not with this film. Odd moments of seemingly unintentional sexism and racism pop up here and there, making this reminiscent of other cult films. The dialogue is extremely similar to that of Tommy Wiseau's masterpiece, The Room. Yet, I loved this film as I love The Room. I have never seen Rambo, but I'm sure that this film has almost nothing in common with it aside from maybe the character's headband. Unlike Glen or Glenda, I actually enjoyed this SIFF awful classic film and want to see more Peter O'Brian performances.
The formatting of this screening was different because B-Movie Bingo was going on as the film screened. If you have never done B-Movie Bingo, its pretty fun and keeps you engaged throughout the whole film. The moderators gave out Rambu posters, VHS tapes of pizza spinning for two hours, candy, and many other prizes. Unfortunately I didn't get a bingo until the last 20 minutes of the movie, but I still enjoyed reading my bingo board and comparing it to the others. Overall, this was a fun way to experience an awful film.
The Bottom Line: This cult classic features poor dubbing and ridiculous dialogue, but it is still a great achievement in filmmaking because it shows us how screen garbage can be fun to watch.
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