ask george clooney about this movie & he will cringe, but it is the finest example of a comedy sequel ever.
a follow up to the supreme low budget "attack of the killer tomatoes" this film pulls out every cliche in the book & is funny with it.
my favorite moment is where the movie runs out of budget 1/4 of the way through & the crew & cast from there on in are seen sporting corporate logos every goddam place possible (including the evil doctors mansion entrance gates with a giant pepsi logo addorning them) - this film is even worth watching right through to the very end of the credits (if you get up to turn off as the credits roll an old lady on screen -the directors mom- tells you to sit back down as her son worked hard for this film) at the end of which is a teaser for the follow up film which involves killer-carrots no less! (the follow ups are not meant to be much cop & only ever released in the usa, there were in total 5 'tomato' films - i've only seen the first 2 though.)
this film is a stupid comedy that is best watched with maybe a few beers & a giant pizza & friends on a sunday afternoon.
it's stupid in the vein of the early steve martin or an eddie murphy comedy film - it is essentially a no-brainer but damn fine comedy. (i'd recomend highly to anyone who liked the Elvira film too - a superb accompanyment for a double bill.)
mr clooney - dont be ashamed, to have been i this film is a supreme achievement in comedic history. personally i think you shoulda' done more of these!