Any time spent with bad movies must include "Manos": The Hands of Fate.
Why do they sing "Row Row Row Your Boat"? Hell, why, in Troll 2, was that the "song I like so much" for the mother?
What is this background music?
It's almost poetic that the subtitles on Amazon Prime's copy of the movie are timed ahead of the bad voiceover. It's like they wanted to see if they could make the experience even worse.
Considering the technical difficulties--they couldn't record sound and could only film up to 32 seconds at a time--this film isn't that bad... Well, except for the atrocious dialogue and the bad acting.
The other couple that keeps making out and getting run off by the cops--is that going to connect to the "plot"? (It's been a while since I've watched this movie and I don't remember.)
I can't help but feel like there is some deep message to this movie. Like some commentary on the sexual revolution or women's liberation... But, ti's just so... Boring? And bad. Actively bad. This one may take a while to appreciate.