The perfect film. Chop-saki, magic, humor, cat-like reflexes. Black Blood Of Earth. Renowned Shakespearean company veteran Kurt Russell flexed chops few of today's Disney creations have any hope of achieving, while proto-Method director John Carpenter created an organic flow never since matched.
Egg Shen: Oh, a six-demon bag!
Jack Burton: Terrific, a six-demon bag. Sensational. What's in it, Egg?
Egg Shen: Wind fire, all that sort of thing!Even Kim Cattrall - fantastic. Cute too. She later became dead to me (will not post a picture as it has been known to cause terminal Phlebotinittus), but she was great here.
My next evidence that film remains a vital art form is a perfect film. The best use of the Statue of Liberty as a setpiece. John Carpenter and Kurt Russell aim for greatness. Also starring a young up-and-comer named Donald Pleasance, and veteran character actor Wee Van Cweef.
Finally I wish to submit to you a perfect film, a pioneer in CGI, and one of the most amazingly white setpieces known. Whiter than...none more white. A young Kurt Russell and film auteur John Carpenter reached for a stark bleakness akin to the photographic genre informally known as Page 3.
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