Deep within the desolate landscape of the Californian desert a dangerous killer roams the land looking for victims. With his terrifying psychic abilities he leaves a blood soaked trail of chaos and death. No one is safe from the destructive, horrifying powers that he possesses as he continues on his brain-splattering journey of exploding heads and dismembered body parts. However, this is no ordinary psychopath. His name is Robert and he just so happens to be a rubber tyre.
At the beginning of this rubbish some twerp comes on and says it is a homage to 'no reason'. Yes, he actually says that, for no reason whatsoever. There follows a series of unconnected, pointless events, leading to a tyre running around (yes, a tyre, on its own) squashing people. That's it. The writer apparently knew very little about writing; the director apparently knew nothing about directing. Even at only 78 minutes this is a criminal waste of time.
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Should This Rubber Be Erased!.......
- Rubber review by Spoons
Well I dont' think so. Rubber is a prime example of a Marmite movie, you're either going to like it or loathe it. I like quirky offbeat movies so I fall firmly into the like category. Sure it is totally absurd and I'm sure most people will absolutely hate it, the previous two reviewers certainly did. But even if you are only a slightly bit curious about this film and you like your movies to be.........well different is the best way of putting it, then give this a go, You may be pleasantly surprised.