|The Great Hippo |
Yes. Yes. A thousand times, yes.
Good use of the original theme and integrated some of the best lines
My one complaint, the overuse of "say(s)" as a transition, is not significant enough to warrant a full star deduction.
Comment 4: (Classified)
As much as I like the movie, I can't like this "rap".
It's like a shatner spoken word interperatation of a rap.
yes, shatner did actual songs. this is a summary with one or two rhymes in it, set to music.
Everyone knows Shatner did music. That makes your decision to remove stars even more difficult to defend.
Hand your head in shame, SolRo. Moreso than usual.
|Caminante Nocturno |
Of course he was going to use the line "Bitches, leave!" in this, but 5 stars for using it.
Are they really going to remake this movie? Do they really think they can improve upon it?
So fucking fantastic.
So damn satisfying.
I'll buy that for a dollar!
|Man Who Fights Like Woman |
Five for the video, wish I could give more for the last 10 seconds.
|Aubrey McFate |
Do Commando next!
I can't believe it's 10 minutes long and still good.
|King of Balls |
I'd buy THAT for a dollar!
|j lzrd / swift idiot |
And he's even polite,
"Thank you for your cooperation
3 stars for concept and effort, however it would be nice if the idiot who orated this could actually rap
the immortal "Bitches leave"
|Thatcher Pennywhistle |
Not as good as Predator rap.
This could really have the same impact as MST3K, compressed to a Robot Chicken time slot.
But yeah... ok, maybe not ten times over.
5 stars for awesome.
There is no need to remake this movie.
Robo then goes off to arrest the vice president
using Clarence's confession as evidence.
The best movie from the 80s
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