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Sgt. Kabumiman N.Y.P.D. (1991)

Directors: Michael Herz and Lloyd Kaufman
Genre: Action/Comedy



Synopsis:
"The Unrated Director's Cut

Fatal Sushi, lethal chopsticks, and as American as violence! Directed by Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz, the Troma Guys who brought you The Toxic Avenger and Tromeo & Juliet, Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D. introduces Sgt. Harry Griswold (Rick Gianasi), a streetwise New York cop who transforms into the world's most unusual super-human hero. " - from DVD Pacific


My oppinion:
When seeing a Troma movie, one sort of knows what to expect. A stupid, silly and hopefully funny movie. I found Sgt. Kabukiman to be an enjoyable one. Most of the characters are totally weird as usual. The superhero is original at least, with his wicked superpowers. Other ingredients are nudity, worm eating, head squashing, silly sounds effects, bad acting, a bit of gore and a monster in the end. They focused more on the comedy aspect here instead of gore, and it worked in the way it's supposed to, to be funny. My only complaint was the boring ending. I was expecting a "grand finale", but felt I never got it.. All in all, it's a good movie by Troma standards, and if you're a big fan of Troma movies, I'm sure you'll like it a lot.

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