This makes Riki Oh look like a documentary on asian prisons.
Holy crap, it makes even less sense in context.
Whatever. My Jeep has tons of radiator problems and not once have I gotten it to fly.
Christ this is a masterpiece.
|Patient Property |
what a wonderful phrase
ain't no passing craze
Thoughts I had while watching this:
This movie has many things to teach me about the laws of physics.
Why did that store have that many windows?
Why were those cars exploding?
Where can I see this movie?
where'd all those fucking ramps come from?
Casual Tea Party
He intentionally slammed his crotch against a lamppost! 1:37
A lot of horses faceplanted in this movie 1:40, 1:46, 2:40
Why did everybody fall down? 4:23
People please, 0:46 is everything you need to know about this video. He stopped a car with a FRIGGING STICK!
That music sounds like the India's answer to the music in Speed.
That entire marketplace segment totally needed a sitar-driven version of I Can't Turn You Loose playing.
wow, was that five minutes?
Clearly, no animals were harmed in the making of this movie.
I can't see how that clip could have been made better. The ending was perfect.
also his balls are brakes
Man, those were some dedicated horses.
I thought it supposed to be *bulls* in a china shop.
India must not have an SPCA or PETA.
animals were injured making this film
So, were there only two types of car in India at the time? Jeeps and boxy sedans?
|Daddy Warcrimes |
They broke my watch!
there are some no-joke holy shit awesome stunts in that sequence
Ferocious wild jeeps.
"Alluda Majaka" is Hindi for "Blues Brothers."
He was dragged by two horses for a pretty good distance and his shirt was fine. I need that shirt.
I felt so bad laughing at this, yet I laughed really, really hard.
(It was all those horses they must have ended up shooting, that shit was too much.)
|The Mothership |
An absolute gem.
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