Original post made by Jon on Jul 5, 2008
I went and watched it with my friend, and we came out of the theater slightly annoyed that the take home message was "be good to your plants or they may just turn on you."
"It's ok, if we die, we should die together"
as cliche, monotonous as they get!
The gore looked like something out of Universal Studio's backlot tours.
What a waste of great actors.
What a waste of two theater tickets.
What a waste of time.
Thank gawd it's out of Century 16.
Apologies to anyone who thinks it deserves an Oscar
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