I appreciate the great struggle to rid the country of slavery as much as anyone, but that story is somewhat well-worn ground. Wouldn't it have been even more interesting to see Steven Spielberg and Daniel Day-Lewis take on the tale of Lincoln and the elephants?
If you pay close attention to the dialogue, you'll hear the boss chew the trio out for eating 16 chocolate cakes"for the fifth time in a week." That's eighty cakes split among three guys - Kool, Buffy and Markie each gained 42 pounds that week in cake alone.
Pulgasari has something in common with Kool Aid-Man; at one point he bypasses a door and busts through a brick wall for no discernible reason. What's Korean for "OH YEAH"?
Perhaps unclear on the concept of these films, the author hones in not on the people but on the accuracy of the on-set blackboards.
I have found the Holy Grail of bad Wikipedia articles.
They're not just pining for the glory days, they're making their town into a tourist destination! They're saying, "Come, 'Dirty Dancing' fans! Hang out with us and we will show you just exactly where Jerry Orbach gave money to Jennifer Grey!"
If I ever end up on death row, my last request will be to watch "Bay Coven," because the movie is so interminable it makes time slow down; my final moments on Earth will feel like an eternity.
When I finally sit down and write my screenplay ("Pyromaniac Hobos in Boxcar Heat") I'll make sure these quotes are in there, and that the subtitles use more standard language. It'll be my own little literacy program!
"If your movie gets its gravitas from Barry Williams, it's got problems bigger than a giant piranha that eats helicopters."
In the future, your country can lose half its territory because your citizens weren't that into MechWarrior 2.