A computer engineer and his lingerie model girlfriend are forced to fight off legions of malicious birds who descend upon a small coast town with the sole purpose is destruction. What started off as a simple vacation between the couple becomes a battle for the sake of humanity. 'Birdemic' is another entry in the extremely low-budget, 'so bad it's good' genre. Everything about this film is terrible, the insanely dull acting, laughable script, and incredibly shitty special effects all are very amusing in their dreadfulness. This is the type of film that would be perfect to watch with a bunch of buddies and some brew, though, sadly it's actually kinda boring. The filmmaker behind this travesty has a geniune sincerity for the material, which comes off as both hysterical and insulting. Too bad the film takes so much on its little character development, to the point that most of film's bird apocalypse sequences come off rather stale and uninspiring. It seems that James Nguyen's purpose was to create a film that informs about the harms of polluting our environment, as the film has many random characters which appear to simply portray a monologue about such "Green issues" only to die soon after. While it definitely has its amusing bits, and I could imagine this film being far more fun in a group setting, I certaintly can't recommend you watch this film alone, as the novelty wears off before the Bird attacks even begin.
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