Review of: The Cheatles 

reviewed by marley209 on 06/07/2005
The Cheatles
While not as clever as it believes itself to be, this was pretty funny. Sort of a rip-off of Spinal Tap, it had enough funny lines to distinguish itself. Technically, the film was okay, but its merits lie in the improvisation skills of the actors, who all did a decent job. I didn't really care for the music, however; it was a little loud and rambunctious. Nice effort, though.

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