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01 September 2011

Jade Castro's "Zombadings 1: Patayin sa Shokot si Remington" (Rebyu): Nakakatawa on the Surface

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Our next candidate for our answer and question portion is the representative from the City of Firecrackers and the most polluted river in the world, Valenzuela!

Miss Valenzuela, what do you think of the movie “Zombadings 1: Patayin sa Shokot si Remington?”

Miss Valenzuela: 
As a human being who appreciates beauty and the true essence of nature, I do believe that beauty is in the eye of the beholder and in the body of the beholden.  In all truthful honesty, I think that “Zombading 1: Patayin sa Shokot si Remington” is a movie that truly promotes world peace and true understanding among all people walking in life, including the physically challenged, regardless of gender, color of the skin, the countries they are representing, religion and  economic and educational background.  The movie is noble in its approach that it touches the deepest in us, so deep, it touches there. But it also makes us laugh. After all, laughter is the best medicine even though this medicine has hidden side effects. The movie may have its flaws but it is the flaws that make us all beautiful.  And we are beautiful, except those who are not. That’s all. Thank you. Please watch this film moderately. 

A round of applause ladies and gentleman.  We’ll be right back for the Top 5 movie reviews after these messages from our sponsors…

But seriously now, "Zombading 1: Patayin sa Shokot si Remington" is undeniably a hilarious movie and it unabashedly claims to espouse a progressive gay agenda of liberation and acceptance at first glance but try to dig deeper and the film actually betrays its own agenda.  Fortunately,  like the dubious ray gun used in the film, this film shoots you with ludicrous humor that it delays your analysis and you just let go.

Comedy-wise, this film may end up becoming a classic.  Beyond that, it is debatable, but for now "don't go there girlfriend, not just yet."


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