My Reality’s Better! A Peaceful Delusion For The Season

            I All Better! I Stop Now.

Kim Jong-il, having gotten all the negative attention the dictator of a tenth-rate nuclear power could wish for, agrees to cease trading insults and ICBMs with the South, and accepts the Obama Administration’s offer of fruit baskets for everybody, and an invitation to show Pulgasari, his home-made-with-the-help-of-the famous-director-and-his-wife-whom-he-kidnapped, monster movie at the WH.

PULGASARI!

Look! He’s eating the needle!

x-posted at poor old neglected Snarkopolitan, the undead blog. I’m here strictly for the brrrainnnss. ; 0 >

 

Posted by Mrs. Polly on 11/27/10 at 07:34 PM • Permalink

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*Sigh*

I wish Jong-il were still running things.  He’d never let it get this far.  The problem is, it’s his crazy-for-real brother-in-law in charge now, who elbowed his way into power when Dear Leader had his little stroke, and shows no sign of loosening his grip…

Mr. Hankie the Christmas Poo is back, buff and ready to kick butt!

At 2.42 or so the actors’ battle cries sound a lot like laughter.

Important Right-Thinking Citizen Fun Fact—The actor who wore the “Baby Pulgasari” suit in this production is the same actor who first portrayed the smoke-ring-blowing Son of Godzilla, to whom the tiny puppet in this clip bears a striking resemblance.

Important Right-Thinking Citizen Theme Observation—This film incorporates many of the populist, anti-government tropes currently championed by air-filled celebrity pastry Sarah Palin:

In feudal Korea, the evil King becomes aware that there is a peasant rebellion being planned in the country. He steals all the iron farming tools and cooking pots from the people so that he may make weapons to fend off the peasant army. After he returns the property to the people, an old blacksmith is imprisoned and starved to death. His last creation is a tiny figurine of a monster- Pulgasari, a Godzilla-like creature that eats iron. The blood of his daughter brings the creature to life, and fights with the poor, starving peasants to overthrow the corrupt monarchy.

Totally OT, but that blingie reminded me of Michelle Triola (RIP). I didn’t know she’d hooked up with Dick Van Dyke in her later years until she died.

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