Joseph V. Mascelli
Format Used: Netflix DVD
Contains: Graphic Violence, Very Brief Nudity
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The story of a scientist whose under the employee of a greedy and selfish woman who fears death. The research is to transplant
a human brain to a younger body and three naive girls are a contestants in "Who Wants to be Mrs. March's new body?"
Interesting and terrifying concept with some good make up effects but flocked with problems. One it calls all science
evil again, which is the least of this loser's problems. Two, the acting and dialog is really bad. Three, you can't fit
a human brain into a cat's body, it ain't happening. Five, the dog monster. Why was the dog walking up right and suddenly
knows how to use thumbs? Sixth, the dog man got dog features after the transplant, but the girl didn't get cat features,
no whiskers or cat eyes! Heck, her nails didn't even grow. Seventh, for a movie so short it had too many subplots and needless
filler. You couldn't tell who was betraying and double crossing who without a scorecard. And lastly, because it was so short
you really never got to know the characters so they ended up to be two-dimensional and wooden and for that short list of flaws
we give THE ATOMIC BRAIN or should I say the THE ATOMIC LAME the NOOSE!