Director: Randy Moore
Stars: Roy Abramsohn, Elena Schuber, Katelynn Rodriguez
Jim is on vacation at Disney World with his wife Emily and their two kids. It is their last full day of their vacation, so their kids do not want to leave and are a bit whiny. After entering The Magic Kingdom, Jim starts to feel funny, and the kids started demanding going on different rides. While on the rides with his kids he starts seeing the happy faces on the characters change to evil faces. Jim notices to two young Parisian girls at the park, so he starts to follows them on all of the rides. He does not know that he is part of an experiment that is doing on at the parks.
This movie was made at Disney World without their permission, but somehow it was still released to film festivals and on the market. He must have a connection somewhere. The movie is shot in B&W to make the "special effects" look better and be easier to pull off. The green or blue screen effects looked better because of this.
I really do not know what the hell this movie was even about. It is describe as a dark comedy. Uh, no. I like dark comedies, a lot. There was nothing funny about this movie at all. Not even remotely funny, except for the fact that this movie was even made. Now, that is a funny part. The movie was just all over the place. The main character Jim was the biggest sleaziest man, and the sad thing is how many men are out there just like that. These middle-aged white suburban men that sit and lust after young teenage girls while rubbing their fat stomachs. They are gross. He wakes up tired to a bed while this woman is riding him. She is a former princess and likes to take little girls and treat them like a princess. What?
I only wanted to see this movie because I am a big Disney fan, but it is so not worth it. Stay away from this movie. It is really bad. I watched it so you don't have to.
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