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Old 01-12-08, 09:26 PM
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Kung Fu space kitty beats up hapless dog...

Best Martial Arts Fight Scene...EVER!

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That was insane.
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I'm pretty sure this is really a scene from Homeward Bound.
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When people fly and have over-exaggerated fighting moves in HK movies, I can accept it.

When those same rules are applied to animals, it doesn't come off quite so smooth.
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Originally Posted by UAIOE
When people fly and have over-exaggerated fighting moves in HK movies, I can accept it.

When those same rules are applied to animals, it doesn't come off quite so smooth.
Species -ist!
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Sorry.

I can justify the humans flying and all that thinking it is some exaggerated extension of their fighting ability/style.

But a cat doing that just seems I think I lost it the moment the cat was flying at the dog with a single paw stretched out and claws out like they were some super killer weapons.
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Awesome!!!

(not really)

But someone in Hollywood seriously needs to hire this director for a new mature live-action wire-fu bloodbath updated epic of...you guessed it...Tom & Jerry!
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I want the DVD of that movie right now.
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I want the DVD of that movie right now.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00009XN83
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Wow, I've seen four other movies by the same guy, and they're all insanely entertaining. Didn't know his last movie (The Cat), based on this 4-minute clip, is a career-capping masterpiece!!!
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Originally Posted by brianluvdvd
But someone in Hollywood seriously needs to hire this director for a new mature live-action wire-fu bloodbath updated epic of...you guessed it...Tom & Jerry!
Only if it includes Rube Goldberg machines.

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