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200 Motels has no particular focal point, being principally an anthology of poor jokes and spectacular audio-visual effects, a few of which might expand the mind, but all of which, taken together, are like an overdose of Novocain.
The incidents are often outrageously irreverent. The comedy is fast and furious, both sophisticated and sophomoric.
A real dinosaur.
Zappa's most ambitious compositions (performed by the London Philharmonic) share screen time with nostalgic freak humor.
It assaults the mind with everything on hand.
200 Motels may pass for sophistication in some quarters but sophomoric is a better description. It is a mixture of rock music and fantasy with very little story line.
The film is a marvelous whirl of color and visual effects, with some fine animation and Zappa's delicious wit present throughout the entire production.
Ringo Starr IS Larry the Dwarf AS Frank Zappa in this druggy pastiche of skits, solarized footage, crude animations, and an operetta about a penis. Most people will wonder what they were smoking when they came up with this; Zappa fans will wonder where they can get some.
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