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wa lao, now that i see the picture from bytez i think it looks like the korean mutant fish... but this one more ugly, maybe the angmo just wanna make it "big" like their #$%^&U* french loaf... more43%^&*(

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wa lao, now that i see the picture from bytez i think it looks like the korean mutant fish... but this one more ugly, maybe the angmo just wanna make it "big" like their #$%^&U* french loaf... more43%^&*(


LOL. I wonder if it has any political connotation. All those monster-attacks-city flicks had them (Godzilla, The Host, D-WAR, etc).

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LOL. I wonder if it has any political connotation. All those monster-attacks-city flicks had them (Godzilla, The Host, D-WAR, etc).


Does it relate? Some maybe but mostly are just plain stories. Well you can see how professional it is when it comes to filming movie in america.... film venture is cohesively competitive.

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LOL. I wonder if it has any political connotation. All those monster-attacks-city flicks had them (Godzilla, The Host, D-WAR, etc).


Does it relate? Some maybe but mostly are just plain stories. Well you can see how professional it is when it comes to filming movie in america.... film venture is cohesively competitive.



Well, for the examples I mentioned, Godzilla had something to do with Japanese public's criticism of nuclear weapons. The Host had alot of anti-American satire (against the US military stationed in SKorea). D-WAR was made and popularized (despite the weak plot) with Korean nationalism.

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just saw the trailer on tv again... looks like black hawkdown meet blair which project... anyway, prob will wait till the dvd comes out. shame though. i like clover plants. expect nothing & be pleasantly surprised....

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TICKS ATTACK!!!

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just saw the trailer on tv again... looks like black hawkdown meet blair which project... anyway, prob will wait till the dvd comes out. shame though. i like clover plants. expect nothing & be pleasantly surprised....


lol now that you mentioned it. blair witch project. it does looks like it !

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Well, for the examples I mentioned, Godzilla had something to do with Japanese public's criticism of nuclear weapons. The Host had alot of anti-American satire (against the US military stationed in SKorea). D-WAR was made and popularized (despite the weak plot) with Korean nationalism.


I've seen D-War before and was quite fascinated with the CGs. Hmmm... perhaps you're right...

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How's the movie???
Gonna watch it tomorrow or wat. hahah

OMG 108 guest viewing this thread? lol

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Hi Bytez, did you get a headache from watching it?

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