14 November 2005 | rmm430
Sam and Janet: Bad as Art
I have read many reviews on this movie and all commented how bad it was. It had so many flaws. In the narrative there were too many flaws for a movie in the twenty-first century. The characters were too campy to relate to. The repetitive references to Star Trek had no relationship with the story, nor did it help it what-so-ever. This became distracting. The sound emphasized the floor (OK, for a 1960's B movie, but not in 2002!). While Gary Busy is a great character actor his talent was kept behind a "bar" as a alcoholic reference with intellectualism and philosophy. However, there were two good points, and the reason why I felt hooked into watching a bad feature: the cinematography and editing. Even so, it was out of place with what made it bad. This may be the moral of the story.