|il fiore bel - 2010-10-31 |
It looks like he's clenching his buttcheeks at 1:10 to keep himself from passing it.
|mouser - 2010-10-31 |
That dude has weird flight characteristics.
|Udderdude - 2010-10-31 |
But .. but ..
How can they still see anything if he just ate the sun?
Well, I guess they have 7-8 minutes left.
|Gamara II - 2010-11-01 |
I think we need a "WTF India" tag
Done, but there are too many tags for it to display.
|Menudo con queso - 2010-11-01 |
Blow-up doll blowjob face at 0:37.
|FeeFiFoFoTheFifeFifeBrown - 2010-11-01 |
Who knew Jambi the genie rocked such an awesome 'stache back in the 70s?
|Raggamuffin - 2010-11-01 |
And THAT kids is, more or less, how the electoral college works!
|boggy84 - 2010-11-01 |
I watched this a few months ago, and now my life can be divided into "before Bajrangbali" and "after Bajrangbali". It was kind of a religious experience, probably not as intended? Or maybe it was? It's basically the real life climax of Raiders of the Lost Ark except it only melted my brain.
It's hardto tell how much of the humor is intentional with Bollywood. I know traditional Bali-Hindu shadow puppetry is full of off color humor (dick and fart jokes), so I wouldn't be surprised if Indian treatment of the same material was also intentionally funny.
Yeah, I know it's intentionally funny a lot of the time. More referring to the religion part - because I don't know if I want to be Hindu after this, but it opened my brain to some kind of weird experiential ecstasy. It's just hard to tell where the 'intentional goofy humour' and 'attempt to recreate beloved myth' begin and end!
|balistic - 2010-11-01 |
Hanuman, he flies like a moron.
|Macho Nacho - 2010-11-01 |
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