Monica uses Ralph Kramden’s Homina Homina Homina Spell™ to befuddle the viewers.
To replicate a blue whale uterus, the in vitro birthing chamber of replicants, the special effects department employed a blue whale scrotum.
After unplugging her brother’s vidja game box in the middle of a game, Barbara Thorson (Madison Wolfe) boldly claims, “The die never lie.” The dice referenced was a d20 roll she had just made, whereby he had failed to save versus a blackout spell. Being a D&D purist, I rewound the video and sure enough the dice (pictured above) clearly shows yurteen, the requisite number to fail a saving throw verses a blackout spell.
The movie starts with John Koha’s version of “Don’t Stop Believin’” to mock the viewer’s incredulity that they are, in fact, watching View From the Top.
July “Murica Day” 4th Edition 2021
Dafuq did I just watch?
At about the 3:52 mark, there are shots of nekkid Thai boys jumping in the river. What’s more, as Kurt (Jean-Claude Van Damme) and Eric Sloane’s (Dennis Alexio) boat passes by them, Kurt turns to take a picture.
Seriously. What. The. FUCK?!?