Lazyboots

Lam Ching Ying Stan Account (among other things).

Favorite films

  • A Chinese Ghost Story
  • Sex and Zen
  • The Killer
  • Lady Terminator

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  • Showdown in Little Tokyo

    ★★★★

  • Dear Doctor, I'm Coming for Soul

    ★★

  • Plain Jane to the Rescue

    ★★★½

  • Outlaw Brothers

    ★★★★

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  • Showdown in Little Tokyo

    Showdown in Little Tokyo

    ★★★★

    The wardrobe department raided Steve Harvey's closet for the Yakuza guy's costumes. Some of the biggest suits you'll see in your entire life. Also, probably one of the most racist and horribly stupid movies you'll see in your entire life. Though your mileage may vary. The script is basically like a 15 year old weeaboo's embarrassing machismo self-insert fan fiction about being Brandon Lee's buddy. I'd be lying if I said I didn't love every dumbass second of it, however. Never a dull moment!

  • Dear Doctor, I'm Coming for Soul

    Dear Doctor, I'm Coming for Soul

    ★★

    My partner and I had been watching Dear Doctor for awhile, but sadly we had to give up on it. The absurd premise and unrestrained melodrama provide some entertainment, but the show's formula is way too repetitive to be very rewarding. The two leads are charming and are game for the surreal "forbidden love from beyond the grave" scenario, but it gets old when the writers are deliberately stringing the audience along episode by episode. I'm not usually the "don't…

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  • Plain Jane to the Rescue

    Plain Jane to the Rescue

    ★★★½

    Had a great time watching this one! The other John Woo comedies I've seen (Money Crazy and To Hell With the Devil) were certainly as chaotic as his action films and had some really funny highlights, but they lacked the joyful quality a truly fun comedy film needs. With Plain Jane to the Rescue Woo is finally able to tap into that. It's still a very silly slapstick comedy, but it has a lot of heart and endears itself quite…

  • Outlaw Brothers

    Outlaw Brothers

    ★★★★

    Lean and mean in just the way you'd want with your Hong Kong action movies! Outlaw Brothers keeps a great pace and has a good variety of action with car stunts, great fight scenes, and lots of nobel stuntmen dutifully wiping out for our entertainment. Best of all Yukari Ōshima is radiating some impeccable bi vibes with her killer outfits and appreciation of lady muscles. I'm not kidding there's a very homoerotic scene with her coworker at the gym that…