Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Has everything the midnight crowd could possibly want.
The sort of film that makes you want to down a bottle of vodka, throw your TV out of the window, set your house on fire, and pogo naked on the roof screaming, "ROCK AND ROLL!!!"
It has to be seen to be believed, as this Zen-Buddhist/Romero/Ramones road-movie blasts its way at full volume.
The film is silly, to be sure, but it's done with such unbridled enthusiasm that it makes you want to go along unquestioningly.
Japanese greaser Ace is befriended by the band Wolf Guitar, who give him a whistle to call them, which comes in handy when a town is overrun by zombies. Basically, this movie is about the magical power of rock n' roll (and to a lesser extent, love) to overcome the undead; it's more "awesome" than "good."
Guitar Wolf. Nuff said.
I guess I'm missing something because even drunk and playing the recommended drinking game for this couldnt save it from completely sucking.
I like Japanese movies, I like zombie movies and I like off-beat comedies but I found nothing to like about this boring, unfunny waste of time.
Give me Junk or Stacy anyday over this crap.
Dvd that comes with its' own drinking game, Very loud Rock and Roll, guns, zombies, alien attacks, comedy, action, drama, sci-fi, and horror. They even throw in a 1 inch penis.
Low budget b-movie featuring the extremely loud, garage punk, japanese band Guitar Wolf. Loud movie that shows love has no boundaries and rock and roll can save the universe
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