I don't know if Frank Herbert's original novel was this non-linear, but I thought it told a distinct story.

By contrast, this film is a sluggish mish mash of boring set pieces and ridiculous dialogue that just drains long hours (literally) out of your life.

The only redeeming feature was the flying villain, a fat, sweaty gargoyle that's as disgusting and slimy as any villain has been who's ever graced the screen.

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