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Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Gee Willickers, Snoop Dogg!


Master of the Flying Guillotine is the Greatest Movie EVER. If you don't believe me, just ask Snoop Dogg.

3 Minutes, 43 Seconds In:

Jimmy Wang Yu.
If you see him make this expression, chances are you've got on his bad side.

6 Minutes, 37 Seconds In:

The Master of the Flying Guillotine, in his ultra-subtle disguise as a Nazi monk.

9 Minutes, 12 Seconds In:

The Muy Thai Master. Tony Jaa he is not.

13 Minutes, 32 Seconds In:

The Yoga Master, and his pet owl, Hootie.

19 Minutes, 22 Seconds In:

"Duuuuuh? Bamboo dull axe?"

IN CONCLUSION!

Snoop Dogg - much like the Almighty Gooberzilla - has impeccable taste in film.

5 Comments:

At 7:31 AM, Anonymous Steve Harrison said...

You realise that the blind master crashing through everything creates the image of Kool-Aid Man with a flying Guillotine..

"OHHHH YEAAAAHH!" *whirrrrrSNICT*

 
At 2:58 PM, Blogger Keith said...

This really is one of my all-time favorite kungfu films. I convinced a friend that the flying guillotine was an actual weapon. This was the same friend we convinced that the screenplay to the Popeye live action movie was written by a slumming Franz Kafka.

Hong Kong trots the flying guillotine out in HEROIC TRIO, wielded by Anthony Wong.

 
At 3:02 PM, Blogger Keith said...

Oh yeah -- Jimmy Wang Yu has played a one-armed man more times than I can count: two One-Armed Swordsman movies, two One-Armed Boxer movies, Point the Finger of Death, and one other one where he has one hand. I'm sure there are more.

The problem with Jimmy was that he never knew how to choreograph kungfu )even though he was an accomplished real-life martial artist). Thus his old swordsman movies were wildly popular, his gimmick kungfu films are good, but his straight kungfu films are generally atrocious.

 
At 3:11 PM, Blogger Mozesh said...

I totally want to see this movie now, great podcast guys!

 
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