January 28, 2009

wooooo aka. Henry's Incredibly Brief Movie Review Pt 2

I am a big, big, big, big fan of any thing western, and I enjoyed Akira Kurosawa's classic Samurai flicks as well as those knock offs that came later. "A Fistful of Dollars" was the beginning of the spaghetti Westerns, it was a remake of Akira Kurosawa's "Yojimbo." So in a way, Akira Kurosawa was the creator of spaghetti Western.

That being said.

Sukiyaki Western Django had successfully combined, tied and wrapped the two in a thick blanket, and spent about 2 hours smashing it on its heads continuously, none-stop, repeatedly with an extremely dull and short axe until you can hardly recognize any of the pulps [Pulp, as in Pulp Fiction, because Quentin Tarantino's also in it, haha, haha].

Also, they successfully butchered "Engrish" [Japanese English]. This is the first time in my life where "Engrish" is anything but funny [go back to my comment about the dull and short axe].

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