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This app was already fantastic, but it recently got a major update making it even better!
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Zoobombs! Tighten Rap!

I have literally been trying to find this film clip for years! I haven't seen it since the nineties, I'd reckon. Well before the time I got my first PC. (Which was in 2005, I think.) I saw it a few times on ABC when I was young and loved both the song and the film clip, but forgot the name and haven't been able to find it online until tonight!

Zoobombs! Tighten Rap!
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I'll be damned if Metal Gear Solid V isn't looking crazy impressive. #MGSV #MGS5
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My choices for mine and Heesook's film roulette for tonight: "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" (2010), "Moss" (Korea, 2010) and "City of Life and Death" (China, 2009).
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Q: What about the Obama administration's protests about hacking by China?
A: "We hack everyone everywhere. We like to make a distinction between us and the others. But we are in almost every country in the world. We are not at war with these countries."
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Just watched "Doomsday Book", an apocalyptic anthology from Korea.

Its scores on IMDB and Naver are really bad, which is a shame because I enjoyed all three of the vastly different stories.

The first segment is typical zombie fare and stars Ryu Seungbeom (the lawyer from "The Unjust"). Also, hilariously, featuring Bong Joonho (the director of "The Host", "Memories of Murder" and "Mother".)

The second segment, a somber, philosophical musing on humanity and its relationship with technology IS DIRECTED BY KIM JEEWOON and features some particularly intense acting from Song Young-chang ("The Good, the Bad, and the Weird", "Thirst").

The third is a comedy about a family dealing with the imminent collision of an asteroid with Earth. It's absurd, charming and features a typically infectious performance from incredible young actress Jin Jihee ("The Moon that Embraces the Sun"). It's made all the better by a short appearance of my other favourite Korean actress Bae Doona ("Cloud Atlas", "Barking Dogs Never Bite", "Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance").

Each segment is totally different from the others, the quality of the acting and visuals in each are fantastic, and I found it all entertaining. Not all three segments will be for everyone, but it's well worth finding out.

(The Korean title "인류멸망보고서", or "Report on the Destruction of Mankind" is a lot more fitting, by the way.)
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