Having just finished masturbating, having Chow Yun Fat lean in through your 7th story apartment window to give you a thumbs up would make anyone have that confused look.
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This movie still has my favorite shootout scene, and it's often overlooked next to The Killer and Hard Boiled (which are also awesome, but this one's my favorite).
I don't see why this made it through the hopper, while the Off the Great Wall videos have only recieved downvotes. I was beginning to assume people here are racist towards Asians. Off the Great Wall has had a video posted here before and since then their production value has improved and they have better looking producers now, what gives? You racists need to like, subcribe, and follow them on various social media things.
Probably because for a couple years OTW kept robo-spamming the hopper with all of their dumbshit clickbait-for-morons videos. There was one time nearly a third of the videos in the hopper were all from OTW. So..fuck them.
But they're so funny. They make jokes about how people assume they're good at math and their parents extremely hight educational standards. They're not robots. That's pretty racist.
That is so true. Not all Asians are good at math. Some Asians are good at math, but other Asians (like Chow Yun Fat) are good at martial arts.
But all Asians know how to fire two guns at once, right?
No, that is a racist stereotype. Most Asians know how to fire two guns at once, but older Asians, like time-traveling samurai or bearded Asian sorcerers, might not know how (or have the desire) to use a gun. Asians who are not proficient in firearm usage can always use two katanas instead (seeing as they gain dual-wielding as a racial feat at Level 1) but then you run into the previous problem: how good is the Asian at martial arts? If he's a math-Asian, he won't be able to fight very well, regardless of the weapon you give him.
True story: If it wasn't for 80s and 90s Hong Kong cinema, I'd have never survived four years at Ole Miss. That stuff kept me as sane as possible.
If anyone's into the HK Cinema of that era, I highly recommend the book City On Fire.
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