^^^is currently watching Funny People again.
No worries, you can have all the time in the world to figure it out. I can wait.
On a side note, I watched 36th Chamber of Shaolin a few days ago, long fucking overdue, considering its influence on the WTC and status as a martial arts classic. It was good but there was barely any action and the movie dragged.
Two more good Chinese films. "True Legend" and "Red Cliff"
True legend is a dope modern kung fu film. Not as good as Ip Man though, though i prefer it in some aspects as its set in an older age in China. Has Michelle Yeoh best known as the milf from Crouching Tiger.
Red Cliff is a fucken epic Chinese war film set at 208-209 ADS . Not much martial arts just mass scale war. Theres the 2.5 hour international version. I watched the 4 hour version originally released in China. Trust, the stellar acting and fight scenes, does not make it boring. It was directed by John Woo and one of the main characters looks like an older Jet Li which was cool lmao. Another kung fu actor celebrity Tony Leung is part of the main cast as well.
Last edited by Undiluted Karma; 07-25-2010 at 04:40 PM.
yeah brock i need to see that shit
i need to see 8 diagram pole fighter too
^yea....it was ok. actually i enjoyed it until the overblown and ridiculous denouement.
"the man who fell to earth" is still the shit.
^don't think so...what is it about?
^ohhhhh....one of my friends has that and was talking about it when i was half paying attention. i'll check it out.
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anyone who hasnt seen it should have fucking done so a long time ago
"once were warriors"
was a good new zealand flick and
too although boy might be a movie that if you ain't from here you might not understand a lot of references and jokes from the 1980s