The Bad Movie Police Case #1: Galaxy of the Dinosaurs (2003)

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The Bad Movie Police -- Sgt. Elke Mantooth (Ariauna Albright) and Lt. Drucilla Dread (Lilith Stabs)-- set out to finally do something about inept filmmaking in this inaugural episode in the Bad Movie Police series. In this installment, Mantooth and Dread offer up as evidence Galaxy of the Dinosaurs, an extremely low budget shot-on-video science fiction thriller in which humanoid aliens making their way across the universe make an unscheduled stop on an unknown planet, only to discover it's … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Comedy
Directed By: , ,
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On DVD: Jun 22, 2004
Runtime:
Tempe Home Entertainment

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In a cheap attempt to bring back his shitty movies, director JR Bookwalter created a film series about a group of terribly acted movie police who go around stopping people from making terrible movies (wow, great job). They focus on one of their most notorious cases involving a film about aliens (who oddly resemble humans) that are stuck on a planet full of dinosaurs. Soon, we are thrown into a terrible mix of 5 horribly bad actors running around in the woods being chased by stock footage of a superior B-movie Planet of the Dinosaurs. In the end, Galaxy of Dinosaurs makes Planet of the Dinosaurs look like Jurassic Park. I hate this movie with all of my heart. Seriously, when I first started watching, I couldn't differentiate the Bad Movie Police portion from the Galaxy of Dinosaurs portion. I was thinking that they were all made together collectively since they are both of poor quality, but no. The Bad Movie Police portion was made well over ten years later!!!! It makes it look like there were ZERO advancements in filmmaking! Wow. Awful and 100% un-hilarious.

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