Peccadilloes in Nippon and Nipponese with a Quixotic Perspective. Coming at you from Yokohama, near Tokyo.
dude, please do more of these reviews. that was hilarious
The golden-shower-monster was ok, but it didn't really make up for the lack of tentacle monsters.
This is freaking hilarious!p.swhere u at meng?Gantous,
Wow. This reminds me of when you introduced me to Suicide Club. Still one of my favourites within my growing selection of Asian cinema. I love how the overly-aryan kid's strummin' away on that cute little Suzuki violin. w00t for string methods class! Still, I think they should've ended the whole shebang with a rocking interpretive jazz/line dance number. They broke every other rule in the movie book, what's one more?
There's a movie book?!
wow, i love it. though the monster and the peeing...hmmm, not so much...(^_^) how's the weather down south? cold and rainy? enjoy the Wii and keep warm...Mata!
Alex I'm assuming you meant a movie for the book. Anyways, there is a newish Dorama out too, where they turned it into a love story between two adults.Anonymous it is freezing a bit, but not nearly as cold as last year. Al Gore was right; manbearpig does exist.
Of course there's a movie book! Where do you think these directors get the cliches we've grown to love? Their own heads? Pfft.
Clayton: I was talking about Stephanie's "Movie Book", apparently available from your local library.Stephanie: I thought cliche movies were grown in Ecuador by hard-working men named Javier, and Edwardo, sometimes a Jose, for good measure. It was either cliche movies, or coffee. I'm pretty sure it was cliche movies. They both start with a 'C', though, and I'm easily confused.
Mmmm, the movies are the best when they use a Jose. *nods*
hey clay! Ryan from Same Hat here :)We finally got around to posting your video review-- thanks again for letting us know about it. We got a huge kick out of this-- and i'm working on tracking a copy down. You've read some of the comic, right? It boggles the mind that this radical, deeply upsetting horror tale got turn into this dippy, twins-heavy, racially backwords, mish-mash of a movie (and with more pee play than the kim kardashian sex tape!).Again, very awesome. The post on Same Hat is here:http://samehat.blogspot.com/2007/02/all-things-crappy-drifting-classroom.html-best,Ryan
Hi Craig. Now I'm commenting off of Ryan and evan. I'm the Guy that played "Kenny" in the movie. So I was up close and personal with that little creature. lolFirst of all. For all of you that don't what your talking about. He was not urinating on anyone. That was water that was coming out. That's why at the end of the movie. When he grew up and put his claw out, water ran down it.If your put into a situation; where there is no hope what so ever on getting back. No matter what you do. You make the best out of it. Whether its dancing, or playing games. The more aggravated you get. Is not going to solve anything... We had to face reality, because we knew we wasnt going home after our expedition.Up to date. I'm still writing and acting strong as ever. Check me out in action on www.dnetwirk.com. We have an ongoing comedy sketch show called "Slipping the Cable". With different episodes every other week.Thanks again Craig for interviewing me. I'm enjoying the comments on the show... Very interesting..Take care
Arthur, I would think you would have understood a couple of things ages ago: First, my name is Clay. Second, the video was a satirical one, and justifying yourself to a satirical, willfully ignorant jeer is kinda pointless. Relax folks, people can judge for themselves whether its good or not. Good luck with your show
Sry bout that clay. I don't know why I keep calling you craig. I still have the script after 20 yrs. I should ask the writer if I can rewrite it for this generation. lol Anyways keep doing what you do. Your doing a very good job. Thank you and take care. Have a blessed weekend.
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