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Apollo 18 was doomed from the start. It took a relatively interesting “what if” scenario — what if the U.S. launched a secret Apollo mission? — and marred it with the shaky-cam treatment, plus cardboard characters and plenty of false-alarm jump scares. It earned every ounce of the timid PG-13 rating, and now it earns every ounce of a cheap 40. Or two.

Sometimes, certain movies don’t deserve a full review or a lovingly curated drinking game. No, instead they deserve a quick-n-dirty social media treatment on the quickest and dirtiest platform around: Snapchat. We watch, snap and comment, then repost the photos here. Just think of it as Masterpiece Science Theater 3000 for the Facebook generation.

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