I still say it's not as bad as people make it out to be. Or, at least, I can appreciate it from a filmmaking standpoint . . . sure the content was hardly like the actual game, sure the husband-wife directing team were hacks, and sure some of the acting felt phoned-in (especially Dennis Hopper) . . . but you have to admit, they did an amazing job creating an entire fictional city inside an abandoned cement factory - Dinohattan is a bad@$$-lookin' city. Not to mention there are some moments of humor that are pretty amusing, and some of the action sequences are kind of fun. Even some of the visual and special effects, while primitive today, are neat to look at.