Weng Weng is now working for the Manila branch of Interpol. The Chief sends him in the pursuit of Mr X, an arch villian with a white sock on his head, who is holding the Philippines to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Impossible Kid of Kung Fu
Weng Weng is now working for the Manila branch of Interpol. The Chief sends him in the pursuit of Mr X, an arch villian with a white sock on his head, who is holding the Philippines to ...
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Ryan T (ru) wrote: I just saw it and it was hilarious but to much sexual and swear word stuff but i loved it.
Matt P (br) wrote: Fantastic documentary and perhaps the best glimpse one can get of the retro video game world of the 1980's.
Kathryn M (au) wrote: Very, very interesting.
JeanAntoine B (nl) wrote: I liked it. It was really entertaining from the start. Very interesting story great acting.
Lisa C (us) wrote: My favourite studio ghibili movie of all time
Cam R (gb) wrote: Would have been better off watching Two Girls, One Cup
Simran P (au) wrote: Love this movie for very simple reasons; the humour, the cute couple (SRK and Juhi) and the innocence of the storyline. A feel-good movie... must watch if you're looking for some typical Bollywood cheering up!
Christopher H (br) wrote: This mockumentary could have been excellent...if it were actually a mockumentary. Between the random cut scenes (its obvious that the films $10 million budget went exclusively into scenery), bizarre premise, unlikeable celebrity cameos, and painful tongue-in-cheek, break the fourth wall jokes, this is an absolute mess of a trainwreck I can't even call a 'film'.
Anthony C (it) wrote: I can't understand why this movie has such negative reviews. It was one of the very few movies I saw in class that I actually liked. Anyway, while I find it weird that DeVito's character makes a sudden switch from jerk to nice guy, the comedy was worth a few laughs, and the Shakespeare tie-in was great. And I hate to spoil stuff in reviews, but there is one scene where a character recites a monologue from Hamlet. That is one of my favorite movie scenes ever.
Matt D (us) wrote: This movie, simply put, is a lot of fun to watch.
Matt H (it) wrote: Loved it. A weird look at suggestibility through tv with a dash of 80's politics. Also if anyone would've told me how much naked Debbie Harry there was, I'd have seen this a long time ago.