22 October 2007

Machine-Gun-Leg Chic: The Movie

After seeing the preview I’ll be the first to admit I was intrigued. I wanted to see a movie about a chic with a machine gun for a leg. Planet Terror was no disappointment. It was unexpectedly awesome and sent me on an emotional roller coaster, bringing forth every mood, reaction and sensation I possess.

First it was boring, then sexy, intriguing, brutal, cheesy, ironic, weird, disgusting and hilarious, in that order. The movie is bizarre, full of twists and turns with lots of guns, explosions, action and fighting. Characters range from the average-Joe, to biochemical-infected flesh-eating zombies, crazy babysitter twins, demented doctors, military men, lesbians, a restaurant owner with a secret BBQ recipe, a go-go dancer and more! Emotions come and go in random and unsuspecting order as you’re grossed out, in suspense, upset, afraid, disturbed, thrilled – it never ends!

Now before you watch the movie, realize that as much as it’s intriguing, fun and hilarious, it’s more weird, violent and gross. Be prepared for lots of death, blood and squirting pus (eww), along with gory zombie attacks, a sack of dismembered testicles, a dog being run over by a truck… well, I don’t want to give the movie away. Just prepare yourself for totally disgusting, yet humorous and pleasing weirdness.

Once you’ve seen the movie, can you report back and give me a theory or two about how Cherry Darling fired her machine gun leg? She just raised her leg, aimed and it fired. …A triggerless gun with perfect timing? Come on, that seems a little ridiculous.

2 comments:

  1. Why can nobody answer this question:

    Once you’ve seen the movie, can you report back and give me a theory or two about how Cherry Darling fired her machine gun leg? She just raised her leg, aimed and it fired. …A triggerless gun with perfect timing?

    Can someone explain that, please?

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  2. Well, in theory the triggering mechanism could be attached to a existing tendon or muscle specifically being used to fire the weapon. Much like they do now to actuate some hand prosthesis. When you are standing you use several different muscle groups to keep yourself balanced, so it can be argued that when that person was in the process of physical therapy, she was trained not to use that muscle for other functions other than just to trigger the weapon. It's a theory anyway, and somewhat of an answer. ::tips hat::

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