Hey Jim, yes definitely Bollywood. I’ve never watched one but a quick google search will likely leave you rolling on the floor laughing at what they get up to.
I agree, Bloke. Bollywood has some pretty crazy stuff. Though admittedly, I've only actually seen about 3 or 4 complete Bollywood movies. If I understand it, Bollywood is second only to Hollywood in world popularity, but personally, I'm not a fan of it. But yeah, they do have a lot of funny/bizarre stuff!Bloke wrote: ↑Mon Jul 22, 2019 5:17 pmHey Jim, yes definitely Bollywood. I’ve never watched one but a quick google search will likely leave you rolling on the floor laughing at what they get up to.
Thanks. Transporter was directed by Corey Yuen, a stuntman/actor/director and former classmate of Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung, and many others involved in the old-school Hong Kong film industry.
Thanks Jim ! Just to make sure, didn't mean to imply that Tarantino had anything to do with the Transporter.
ferider wrote: ↑Sat Jul 27, 2019 10:14 amThanks for posting, ferider, and not a problem...I knew you weren't implying that Tarantino directed Transporter. Just thought I'd toss in some useless trivia there!James Y wrote: ↑Fri Jul 26, 2019 12:20 pmThanks Jim ! Just to make sure, didn't mean to imply that Tarantino had anything to do with the Transporter.
Just that each and every one of Tarantino's movies has great fight scenes. Here is a recent one, not so typical, absolutely hilarious IMHO (The Hateful Eight)
I also like Tarantino's films, most of them, anyway. And Hateful Eight is one of my favorites, as well. One of the interesting things about Tarantino's movies is that pretty much all of his characters are sociopaths, so violence is very casual to them. Not unlike many hardened criminals in real life.
I'm looking forward to Tarantino's Once Upin a Time in Hollywood, but won't be able to catch it in a theater, due to current commitments; I'll have to catch it after its theatrical run.
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