Boasts of something new, different, a sattire genius, in which ways it is, but so much a stuck up unprecedented knowing "Cult" it fails at being. The plus result is very uncultish in my eyes view.
The idea of the Nazi taking base upon the moon and then returning with the ample assumption of peace is both satirically funny evolving into our technology crazed generation along with spoofery at Sarah Palin and many a diplomats acts of unserpent valour and it is a tag lined narrative satire feature that's both laugh out loud and brilliantly constructed- a gag towards the colour race, and the idea of an i-phone powering an ever massive spaceship-pre-era design.
It has everything to be a classic, a class story, full on articulacy of the visuals and just a low budget film that never wears its budget on its sleeve, its full on, daft, silly, but poorly acted, and the score is either ridiculously relevant to what they wanted to do or it just ruins the system sand flow and articulacy it already holds in surmise story logistics and satire.
The satire is both full on and sharp witted- the ideas embracive, and the look on my Blu-Ray something else, it has its depth. This is a film for film geeks, freaks, and fans of pop corn B movie guff- that holds socialite esteems and mannerisms in it whole sale self. The acting is poor and slender on the Yanks side- television actors, but some oh contra top knoch German actors but other than that it is lowly disappointing.
What with its highly realised cultural clash youthanisam and world acclaim cult status before release or general production it feels slender and uncompromisingly low life based and statistically, unmorally tiresomely smug, as if it thinks its self and idea to be a cult was so great in the films way of budget and history and logical low point viewing that would grow- it liked the idea of wearing the internet cyber space era to converge it- and the plus result is very uncultish in my eyes view.
Other than that its fun, simple minded, got big broad ideas and I would love to see more from Timo Vuorensola whose next film is I Killed Adolf Hitler, and you see the humour and aims view on today's society and filmic gimmicks gives this a guy from. This guy has a vision, a passion, a sense of uncontrollably manic idealism but I like him a lot to think this films look, general design and perfection produced visuals and ideals and many a humorous Gag make it a great watch but still a big dump of a disappointment , feeling I get more out of the edgy, dark serious no holds barred trailer- this plays down to its damned humour and style and ideals.