This is a nice time capsule for the 60s disguised as a dystopian futuristic film. Although it does fall flat in some places it still has some pretty high entertainment value that is usually intensified when you're high.
Somewhere between the Marx Brothers and Monty Python.This satire on the 1960's,the military and youth culture,is very hit and miss in its humour. The episodic plot follows a group of under 25's,who are in search of a kind of Shangri-La,in New Mexico. Along the the way,they encounter various youth gangs and Country Joe And The Fish!Apparently, this psychedelic mishmash was re-edited by AIP,which probably explains much
3.4 A very American hippie-utopia satire with good music. The film breathes freedom and is surprisingly intellectual for a Corman production. A document of a unique point in time. Commented by Edgar Alan Poe on a motorbike and with several off-screen intrusion by God.