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It's a shame too, because during the buildup in the first half I was almost convinced that it was leading up to something extraordinary. And the more I realized this, the more angry I got, becuase I am to blame too. But would've enjoyed seeing more of the left-on-the-cutting-room-floor "rape" scene of neighbor, maybe he just ravished her -- why was that cut? Since they supposedly cut the invisible rape scene why did they bother with his visit to the girls apartment it left a big gaping hole in the movie. The funniest scene for me was definitely the duct tape. Or some net guns stored away with a wide-angle ensnarement range?
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But then, there's a catch here - I watched it a long time back I was probably in high school then. I thought it was funny. I think every movie should have more nudity. Did anybody else notice that Elisabeth Shue has a gigantic belly and big ass in the movie?! Next time you want to talk down to the general public, don't get your facts from Wayne's World.
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The dutch resistance was even fiercer than the french. From to diagnoses in gay and bisexual men had been increasing every year. They made a big point to show the thumb print scan to get into the basement of the facility It was fun, and goofy. A child molester, an honest-to-god cannibal serial killer who makes Hannibal Lecter seem a little tame, etc.
Overall, though, it is my favortie of the summer I could understand them cutting this part if it were an original concept that they thought might be too disturbing for audiences,but it's been done before. The girl who got "raped" why didn't they show that? It's very tempting to attribute it to Verhoeven; it seems impossible that it could be a product of the same script that is everywhere else so lifeless, humorless, and blind to the ideas and possibilities embedded in this material. Instead, while the film is good — even bracingly potent — in isolated stretches, it's sabotaged at every turn by indifferent scripting, disconnected acting, and one of the most absurd action denouements in Verhoeven's career.