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It's a wonderfully rare - so bad it's hilarious one.
Every cliché, from writing to acting is thrown in here for good measure, but to such an extent that you won't be able to help alternating between groaning, putting your head in you hands in despair, rolling your eyes, and finally just giving in and giggling all the way to the most absurdly written and poorly acted courtroom finale you will have ever seen.
And he's not alone, oh no, he is matched by everyone else in the cast.
So, either miss this completely, which would prob be a very sensible move, or, I refer you back to the first sentence in this review.
If you remember the scene in ' Bananas' when Woody Allen acts as his own lawyer and switches between his lawyer persona and his witness persona whilst jumping in and out of the witness box for comic effect, well the same happens in this film but comedy, whilst not the intention, is definitely the result.
The lead actor is so awful it's practically unbelievable.
His appearing on the show at all is seriously unbelievable as he’d already been convicted of raping an eight-year-old girl in 1972.
However, his performance as contestant number one managed to woo Cheryl Bradshaw and she chose him as her date.
Then, the intelligent young man with an IQ of 135 went on to attend UCLA.In total, before and after his television appearance, the sadistic “Dating Game Killer” claimed that he killed between 50 and 100 people.Rodney Alcala was born in San Antonio, Texas in 1943.He was always looking down and not making eye contact.” Had the popular dating show performed background checks on their bachelors, they would have discovered that this “kind of good-looking but kind of creepy” guy had already spent three years in prison for raping and beating an eight-year-old girl (he’d done the same to a 13-year-old too), which landed him on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List.But sometimes a background check can’t even uncover the whole story.