I posted a few months ago about the Zaturnnah movie being shown in Washington DC to favorable reviews, and it seems that the Joel Lamangan-megged film is gaining the reputation of being the delightful international oddity. It was recently shown at the Baltimore Otakon (how that happened I know not), and here are some feedback about it from the blogosphere:
"This is thoroughly entertaining and despite the quirkyness it’s worthwhile." - from mattyfo.net
"The stand out for best discovery has to be the ZsaZsa Zaturnnah movie, which is one of the most hilarious things I have ever seen." - from oneiric22's LJ page
"It's a really brilliant bad movie and the love story between Ada/Zsazsa and the local village hunk Dodong is terribly sweet. I can't recommend this movie enough for people who love movies so bad they're good. It's fantastic." - from dreiser's LJ page
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Here's another set of feedback...
"C'est d'une absurdité totale. Mais c'est pour ça que c'est génial! (Rough translation: Total nonsense, and it is brilliant for being so.) " - from Acheter et Entretenir sa Tronconneuse
"Zsa Zsa Zaturnnah Ze Movie is about as weird as it gets. It’s a lot of fun in a campy, good-natured, bad movie way. Highly recommended to people who seek out extremely strange films from around the world." - from Lurple.com, where movies go to die