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It's December of 1941, and the people of California are in varying states of unease, ranging from a sincere desire to defend the country to virtual blind panic in the wake of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Thus begin several story threads that comprise the "plot" of this strange period comedy, a sort of satirical disaster movie, from Steven Spielberg. The stories and story threads involve lusty young men, officers (Tim Matheson) and civilians (Bobby Di Cicco) alike, eager to bed the young ladies of their dreams; Wild ...

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GeorgeShishov

Jul 9, 2008

A complete idiocy!

Well, I was aware of the movie's genre when I was buying it. But I didn't expect it to be that stupid! Steven Spielberg must be a real genius to put so much idiocy in one movie! Everything is just incredibly exaggerated. Imagine Los Angeles getting laid waste by its citizens just because of fear to be attacked by the Japanese! No, I don't understand that kind of humor. I barely made it to the end. If you decide to watch it, have a good load of beer first.

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