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 Post subject: Samurai Shampoo: Interactive Sage Part 2
PostPosted: Fri Nov 05, 2010 1:56 am 
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A Tale Of Brotherhood, Betrayal, And Sushi. Join Maui-Taco-San on his Epic Journey to discover just how Enlightening it is to be a true Samurai Warrior in a live-action Anime.

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Directed By: Richard Michael Alvarez
Written By: Austin Stevenson
Produced By: Chris Muller
Cinematography By: Kyle Barbee
Original Score By: Austin Stevenson, Daen Olsen, And Ultra Spasmic Dancing Babies.

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 Post subject: Re: Samurai Shampoo: Interactive Sage Part 2
PostPosted: Fri Nov 05, 2010 9:57 am 
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Better then the first part this one had a few more refferances that made it slightly more interesting. My favorite referance came with Richies impression of "an elderly master" which is so stereotypical its hilarious. You see it alot in kung fu/martial arts movies but also in movies. Generally the most experienced of fighters are quite old. The old teach the young while already realizing that the young have more skill then they. Richies parody of an old man was hilarious "it took me years to learn that technique!" XD Im only afraid that now we are going to see the stereotypical ending. Face off one on one against the newly trained young master vs the highly trained and somewhat stupid(because they dont realize they are already defeated) villain. But review score is higher then last 8/10 because it still wasnt very exciting and also because of the referance to the previous videos "toilet humor".

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 Post subject: Re: Samurai Shampoo: Interactive Sage Part 2
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I still don't know entirely what to do with these videos. Mainly because I am so not familiar with the genre they're parodying that I think I'm not getting most of the humor. However, Julian's performance is still very amusing and that blue wig is attention-grabbing. I think the funniest thing was Julian sitting on the log flailing his arms. He looked like he was trying to fly away! :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Samurai Shampoo: Interactive Sage Part 2
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Well, A Rich Alvarez just died. (Stop watching inside joke) In my opionion, it was good, but boring.

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 Post subject: Re: Samurai Shampoo: Interactive Sage Part 2
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I liked it more than the first installment; Future Man was much more enjoyable than that clown, and Richie makes a wonderful elderly master. It made me laugh, but it wasn't the greatest thing on the site. And to be honest, I'm a little annoyed that there will be a Part Three.

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 Post subject: Re: Samurai Shampoo: Interactive Sage Part 2
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Gmn1997 wrote:
Well, A Rich Alvarez just died. (Stop watching inside joke) In my opionion, it was good, but boring.


LOL I nearly forgot about that part of the videos. Seriously Richies seen better death scenes but this one was pure comedy so still a great scene. Have to watch it over and over again...

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 Post subject: Re: Samurai Shampoo: Interactive Sage Part 2
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Gmn1997 wrote:
Well, A Rich Alvarez just died. (Stop watching inside joke) In my opionion, it was good, but boring.


LOL I nearly forgot about that part of the videos. Seriously Richies seen better death scenes but this one was pure comedy so still a great scene. Have to watch it over and over again...


I like the way Julian is so serious at first, like an emotionally detached narrator and then he's suddenly so distraught. As though he didn't realize what he was saying until he saw it for himself. Classic case of denial leading to an emotional break down. :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Samurai Shampoo: Interactive Sage Part 2
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I really loved that Stop Watching scene

but as for the show it was good and the old master stereotype got me laughing along with the 50 years joke.

and I LOVED Future Man

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 Post subject: Re: Samurai Shampoo: Interactive Sage Part 2
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The only thing I really liked about this was the in-between scenes.

It wasn't bad, just not my style.

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