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The Master Of Disguise Review

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Pistachio Disguisey is the youngest of the Disguisey clan - who for centuries have saved the world from evil by transforming their physical appearance.

★★★★

This is, without a word of exaggeration, the worst film ever made.

Dana Carvey, obviously jealous of Wayne's World cohort Mike Myers' ability to slip into multiple characters in the Austin Powers series, believes all you need to guarantee laughs is an insulting foreign comedy accent.

Unfortunately Carvey has all of Myers' ego but none of his talent. He thinks his character, Pistachio Disguisey, is cute; everyone else thinks he's the most irritating and flat-out unfunny creation ever to hit the big screen.

As the youngest of the Disguisey clan - who for centuries have saved the world from evil by transforming their physical appearance - he finds it necessary to try our patience with laboured impersonations of Al Pacino in Scarface and Robert Shaw in Jaws. Oh, and a human turtle. The sad result is a film about idiots, made by idiots, for idiots.

The worst film ever made: a film about idiots, made by idiots, for idiots.