phronk’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is obviously a very bad, very problematic movie. But Travolta’s performance is fascinating to watch, as are all the inexplicable choices made by the characters, and by Fred Durst. The ending is so dumb that I’m not even sure I understand what it was trying to imply. It’s not quite The Room level bad-good, but has enough awful writing to be quotable and memorable, so should be appealing to any bad movie fanatics.