The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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Always feels like a half hearted indictment on Regan era jingoism.
Starts off cleverly enough, then proceeds to badly staged low-budget war scene after badly staged low-budget war scene.
A group of plane crash survivors find themselves on an island inhabited by camouflage clad commandos.
A talentless cast, excessive gore, incredibly stupid dialog, and topless women. In other words, vintage Troma.
Thank God for troma! This is the epitome of low budget classic film making. Lloyd Kaufmen delivers the goods with TROMA'S WAR. GORE! GORE! GORE! NUDITY! AND it's funny to!
Troma is not known for it's big budgets but this one appears to have the biggest budget of any of their previous works. And you can tell that every dime went into the production.
Lloyd put together an impressive cast for this one, and introduced us to the great Joe Fleshieker (who returned in other Troma classics). The action is great. This is what we have coem to expect from Troma.
This is troma at it's best. I also recommend Toxic Avenger 1-3, Citizen Toxie, and Bloodsucking Freaks.
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