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In other words, how would you rate it?

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5 (18.5%)
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Watchman

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Re: So, how successful was the mission?....
« Reply #15 on: October 26, 2011, 05:47:35 PM »
 :clap: This is the most I've laughed at a Rifftrax in ages. I'm generally not into the VOD titles but this gets a 10. I hope they release it on DVD; in fact I think it would sell better than a lot of their older stuff. There's something more universally appealing about bad  80's action movies (with jokes about senile chronic masturbators).


Offline Caribbean_Smurf

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Re: So, how successful was the mission?....
« Reply #16 on: November 02, 2011, 01:20:11 PM »
This is by far the best ''campy'' Rifftrax I've seen. After the first 20 minutes I knew this would be a winner.  :clap:


Offline Droppo

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Re: So, how successful was the mission?....
« Reply #17 on: November 16, 2011, 08:48:16 AM »
A classic.  I gave it a 10.  "Mercenary Man" could not have been played (or made fun of) enough for me.  Borgnine with an awful accent as a brilliant scientist = too good to be true.  The weird comic relief soldiers.

An embarrassment of riches.  Riffing was hilarious.

I think my favorite (non-Mercenary Man related) riff might be when the love interest makes some lame wisecrack after killing some bad guys and Mike says, "yeah, those men had families."

Amazing riff.