Frequently astonishing from a purely logistical standpoint, but not a lot of laffs for me here. Unsure if that comes from the greater story focus, or that the story in question takes the side of the confederates? Distracting!
A comedy with no laughs, a horror with no scares, and a mystery with no mystery, with man eating cars that eat no men. Teetering on the edge of genius, The Cars That Ate Paris is as inventive as it is unsatisfying.
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