Recreating Leondardo DaVinci's masterpiece "The Last Supper" probably didn't need to happen, just like a remake of cult classic Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't need to happen (are you listening, Hollywood?)—but here we are. Currently the Park Avenue Armory is housing a massive reinterpretation of the work of art, and you can experience it there for 15 bucks until January 6th. Last week we took a look at some of the photos of the installation, created by British filmmaker Peter Greenaway, and now the NY Times is reporting back from the space itself, warning potential ticket buyers that it's "a dud."

The "good news" is, it's "a big, expensive, technological-bells-and-whistles-to-the-max dud, which is something." Just think of it as the Epcot Center version of the painting. The Grey Lady warns that if you really care about the original, however, you skip this show all together and get thee to the library.