Guy X Reviews
When I saw Jason Biggs, I didn't expect much but he wasn't too bad in here. Sure, the movie itself is based upon a book I suspect that is aimed at mocking the whole idea of transfer errors.
There, in Greenland is base Quarratanga [sp?] - pretty much somewhere where soldiers go 'cause they've screwed up too many times to simply useless. Up there, they load and unload cargo that flies there every once in a while.
When, set soldier [Biggs] accidentally walks into a terrible secret...then things start to get really interesting.
Sarcastic at times, gritty and possibly miserable at others. A bizarre film, no doubt...because you'd expect nothing to happen and yet it does.
You are not quite sure what corner that it will take, but i love the inline story.
This movie doesn't know what kind of movie it wants be. Is it a comedy? Is it sci-fi? Is it a drama? Whatever it is, it's lame.
This might be due to all the different companies that were involved in the development and distribution of the film, I swear there are at least six company logos thrown up at the beginning before this bore of a film starts.
This movie isn't even worth watching let alone owning.
BLU-RAY (Hi-Def) WORTHY:
Tragically big mishap. Continuous saga of yawns and glimpses of time-piece and ultimately the credits roll. Jason, my boy, alas!