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23rd May '13 7:10:08 PM despoa
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In 1992, the same year that Tsui Hark made ''OnceUponATimeInChina'', a film that re-defined Martial Arts cinema as a dignified and genuinely artistic medium that portrayed Kung Fu as a metaphor for Chinese cultural pride, along came Lam Ngai-Kai, an obscure Grindhouse director. With the rights to a {{manga}} called ''RikiOh'' in one hand and a shoestring budget in the other, he set out to make the most faithful live action adaptation of a manga ever. 9 disastrous over budgeted months later, ''The Story Of Ricky'' was born.

Ricky (or Lik Wong in the original Cantonese version) was your typical red-blooded college kid [[IKnowKarate with the strength of twenty men and ass kicking kung fu]], who like nothing more than to frolic with his [[TheDitz innocent girlfriend]] Anne (or Yin Yin) and play the flute all day long. That is until his uncle came and taught him ''Qi-Gong'', a technique which hardens his body to damage by ''throwing grave markers at him''. Unfortunately, his uncle forgot his own preachings of "Chi-Gong requires you to control your temper" when he taught Ricky the forbidden technique. Before you can say snap-crackle-and-pop, Anne is [[AttemptedRape almost raped by a drug dealer]] and runs off a roof to escape. Ricky ''instantaneously'' loses his cool and then proceeds to ''literally'' [[MadeOfPlasticine snap-crackle-and-pop the drug dealer]] with his stone-shattering strength.

Our story starts when he is sent to prison. To quote the narration "By 2001 AD, capitalistic countries have privatized all government organisations. Prisons, like parking lots, have become franchised business." This basically means that since the prisons run themselves with no government interference, the wardens are allowed to be as damned sadistic as they like to the innocent inmates through "trustworthy" inmates, who enforce the rules.

After witnessing [[{{Squick}} a helpless old man getting his nose shaved off]] by Samuel (aka Wild Cat), Ricky decides to trip the bastard over and have [[SpecialEffectsFailure a dummy that does not even look remotely like him]] [[NightmareRetardant nail his hand to his face on a conveniently present board-with-nails.]] The next day, Samuel hires a literal horse eating fat assassin called Zorro (or Silly Long) to get Ricky in the showers. ''[[BlackComedyRape No, not that way]]''.

After that [[HilarityEnsues All Fucking Hell Breaks Loose.]]

Did we mention that every other prisoner, warden and guard, who is not Ricky [[MadeOfPlasticine gets popped like a balloon]] [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower with one punch by our hero]]?

An unintentional classic of comedy cinema, which proceeded to destroy the director's career, doom the leading actor to B-movie mediocrity until a marvelous recent turn as a villain in ''IpMan'', and be picked up by an American distributor to be given the most lovably hilarious dub to a Hong Kong movie ever.

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!!Tropes Associated with ''The Story Of Ricky''

* AdaptationInducedPlotHole: Among other things, why didn't Ricky escape the prison until the end when he could have just punched a hole in the wall? In the manga he could have escaped any time and only stayed to find information on his brother from the warden, but the movie never mentions this.
* AmbiguouslyGay: Rogan.
* BigWordShout: BAAAASSSS-TAAAARD!!!!
* BerserkButton: Ricky becomes enraged when he finds out dead prisoners are buried with their handcuffs on, and that opium is being grown in the prison. The fact that [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes Oscar and Tarzan are used and discarded by the Warden despite having relatives who depend on them]] pisses him off even more.
* BigBad: The Warden.
* {{Bishonen}}: Rogan, who is actually played by a woman in drag.
* BloodKnight: Tarzan, who saves Ricky from Rogan because he doesn't want him dead before they have a chance to fight.
* BloodyHilarious
* BoobyTrap: For whatever reason, some of the prison cells seem to be equipped with these. One fills up with cement, and another has a crushing ceiling.
* CaptivityHarmonica: Our titular character is typically seen blowing on a folded leaf in this manner and pulling it off fairly well.
* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: Ricky is pretty strong. Like ''punching through concrete'' strong.
* CrapsackWorld: Though it's a colorful and clean setting, the prison is a '''horrible''' place.
** That said, it only seems to be really horrible if you cross the people in charge. Prisoners apparently have control over the lights in their cells, and they're always wandering around the prison unsupervised.
* CrowsAndRavens: When Oscar's eye is slapped out of his head, a few crows dive to his eyeball to eat it.
* DoggedNiceGuy: Ricky was sweet enough to try and save the life of a guy who tried to kill him twice.
* DudeLooksLikeALady: Rogan. Probably because he's played by one.
* EvilLaugh: Gloriously goofy ones in the Chinese, Cantonese AND English versions.
* {{Expy}}: Ricky of [[FistOfTheNorthStar Kenshiro]].
* EyeScream:
** A few prisoners, including the one who was punished by the Warden.
** The Assistant Warden looses both his eyes in separate incidents.
* FatBastard: Zorro, a fat drooling slob who is hired by Samuel to kill Ricky.
-->'''Zorro''': "Ricky! Someone paid me thirty pounds of rice to finish you off and turn you into mince meat and put you in a pie."
* FiveBadBand
** BigBad: The Warden
** TheDragon: The Assistant Warden
** TheDarkChick: Rogan
** [[TheBrute The Brutes]]: Tarzan and Oscar
** SixthRanger: Brandon
* FourIsDeath: The Gang of Four.
* {{Gorn}}: The movie was clearly intended to be gorntastic, but unfortunately (or fortunately, [[BloodyHilarious depending on how you look at it]]) it runs afoul of its own terrible special effects and acting so the effect is lost completely.
* HeyItsThatGuy: Ricky Oh is later seen [[IpMan as Jin Shanzhao]].
* ImprobableWeaponUser: The prisoners seem to acquire bizarre weapons with the greatest of ease. Brandon uses knitting needles on strings, Tarzan shows up in one scene with a giant two-pronged pitchfork, and ill-fated minor character Andrew is about to chop the Fink's head in half with a giant saw blade when Oscar turns the tables on him.
* InvincibleHero: Ricky, who can gargle razor blades and be buried alive for a week and still live.
* JabbaTableManners: The overweight Assistant Warden and the Warden wolf down banquets while their prisoners starve on rice rations and [[ImAHumanitarian mysterious meat made in the prison's kitchen]]. Heck, even their ''dogs'' get steak for dinner!
* KickTheDog: The Warden and the Assistant Warden rarely do anything else. The Gang of Four do their share of dog-kicking as well, even Oscar and Tarzan, who aren't all that bad compared to Rogan and Brandon, who skin Oscar's poor mute godson Alan alive when he refuses to kill Ricky. Rogan even ''literally'' kicks a dog...IN HALF.
* LargeHam: Almost everybody. Even more so in the dub.
* MadeOfIron: Qi-Gong allows Ricky to shrug off fatal injuries and regenerate damage like Wile E Coyote. In one scene, Oscar slashes Ricky's arm open -- so Ricky ''ties the tendons in his arm back together'' and the arm is good as new.
* MadeOfPlasticine: Most people get killed in especially spectacular ways, and since the majority of the special effects involve Harryhausen (on a shoestring-budget) style stop motion, they are LITERALLY made of plasticine.
* OneWingedAngel: For no established reason, the Warden turns into a giant ogre creature at the end.
* OverdrawnAtTheBloodBank: Ricky putting the Warden in a meat grinder. The actor playing Ricky took three days to wash out the fake blood.
* ParodyStu: Ricky.
* PeopleInRubberSuits: The Warden, post-transformation.
* PlayingGertrude: Ricky is 21 years old, Fan Sui-Wong was barely 18 when he played him.
* PopGoesTheHuman: The Warden's "elephant gun" seems to do this to people, as the Assistant Warden and Brandon find out firsthand.
* RatedMForManly
* RedRightHand: The Assistant Warden's hook and glass eye.
* RedemptionEqualsDeath: Tarzan holds up the crushing ceiling long enough for Ricky to escape.
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: As Ricky ''literally'' tears the prison apart after some of his buddies are killed.
* RuleOfCool: What the movie tries to achieve with all it gory special effects and hammy acting.
* {{Seppuku}}: Oscar cuts himself open and tries to strangle Ricky with his own intestines, to which the Assistant Warden encouragingly shouts in the dub:
--> '''Assistant Warden:''' Alright!! You got [[{{Pun}} a lot of guts,]] Oscar!!
* StrongAsTheyNeedToBe: Ricky can [[BreakingTheBonds get rid of chains and handcuffs]], hold a DescendingCeiling, tear a hole in the prison wall... yet a prison cell is able to hold him. Also, in one scene he removes a nail from his hand nonchalant, but is affected by a spiked weapon later.
* [[StupidSexyFlanders Stupid Sexy Rogan]]: Justified by the fact that he's actually a real woman clearly playing a man.
* TheSpeechless: Alan, on account of missing a tongue.
* TooDumbToLive: Ricky's girlfriend, who doesn't think about escaping or hiding from the drug dealers for her life and instead jumps off the roof to her death.
* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: Back in 1992, when this film was released, 2001 was still so far away.
* WeCanRuleTogether / KlingonPromotion: After Ricky kills Oscar, the Assistant Warden offers him the dead man's place in the Gang of Four.
* WorthyOpponent:
** Oscar has some degree of honor and a great respect for Ricky, and tries to keep order in his wing of the prison.
** Tarzan also skirts this at times.
* WorldOfHam
* XMeetsY: ''TheShawshankRedemption'' meets ''[[TheItchyAndScratchyShow Itchy And Scratchy.]]''
** Or if you prefer, ''CoolHandLuke'' meets ''HoboWithAShotgun''
* YouKilledMyFather: Averted. Oscar's godson - a quiet little guy - forgives Ricky for killing Oscar.
* YourHeadASplode: Used to introduce the Gang of Four. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dW-3qmBAVM Also hilarious.]]
-->'''Assistant Warden''': "Tarzan used to open coconuts this way. Ricky's head's going to explode now!"

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In 1992, the same year that Tsui Hark made ''OnceUponATimeInChina'', a film that re-defined Martial Arts cinema as a dignified and genuinely artistic medium that portrayed Kung Fu as a metaphor for Chinese cultural pride, along came Lam Ngai-Kai, an obscure Grindhouse director. With the rights to a {{manga}} called ''RikiOh'' in one hand and a shoestring budget in the other, he set out to make the most faithful live action adaptation of a manga ever. 9 disastrous over budgeted months later, ''The Story Of Ricky'' was born.

Ricky (or Lik Wong in the original Cantonese version) was your typical red-blooded college kid [[IKnowKarate with the strength of twenty men and ass kicking kung fu]], who like nothing more than to frolic with his [[TheDitz innocent girlfriend]] Anne (or Yin Yin) and play the flute all day long. That is until his uncle came and taught him ''Qi-Gong'', a technique which hardens his body to damage by ''throwing grave markers at him''. Unfortunately, his uncle forgot his own preachings of "Chi-Gong requires you to control your temper" when he taught Ricky the forbidden technique. Before you can say snap-crackle-and-pop, Anne is [[AttemptedRape almost raped by a drug dealer]] and runs off a roof to escape. Ricky ''instantaneously'' loses his cool and then proceeds to ''literally'' [[MadeOfPlasticine snap-crackle-and-pop the drug dealer]] with his stone-shattering strength.

Our story starts when he is sent to prison. To quote the narration "By 2001 AD, capitalistic countries have privatized all government organisations. Prisons, like parking lots, have become franchised business." This basically means that since the prisons run themselves with no government interference, the wardens are allowed to be as damned sadistic as they like to the innocent inmates through "trustworthy" inmates, who enforce the rules.

After witnessing [[{{Squick}} a helpless old man getting his nose shaved off]] by Samuel (aka Wild Cat), Ricky decides to trip the bastard over and have [[SpecialEffectsFailure a dummy that does not even look remotely like him]] [[NightmareRetardant nail his hand to his face on a conveniently present board-with-nails.]] The next day, Samuel hires a literal horse eating fat assassin called Zorro (or Silly Long) to get Ricky in the showers. ''[[BlackComedyRape No, not that way]]''.

After that [[HilarityEnsues All Fucking Hell Breaks Loose.]]

Did we mention that every other prisoner, warden and guard, who is not Ricky [[MadeOfPlasticine gets popped like a balloon]] [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower with one punch by our hero]]?

An unintentional classic of comedy cinema, which proceeded to destroy the director's career, doom the leading actor to B-movie mediocrity until a marvelous recent turn as a villain in ''IpMan'', and be picked up by an American distributor to be given the most lovably hilarious dub to a Hong Kong movie ever.

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!!Tropes Associated with ''The Story Of Ricky''

* AdaptationInducedPlotHole: Among other things, why didn't Ricky escape the prison until the end when he could have just punched a hole in the wall? In the manga he could have escaped any time and only stayed to find information on his brother from the warden, but the movie never mentions this.
* AmbiguouslyGay: Rogan.
* BigWordShout: BAAAASSSS-TAAAARD!!!!
* BerserkButton: Ricky becomes enraged when he finds out dead prisoners are buried with their handcuffs on, and that opium is being grown in the prison. The fact that [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes Oscar and Tarzan are used and discarded by the Warden despite having relatives who depend on them]] pisses him off even more.
* BigBad: The Warden.
* {{Bishonen}}: Rogan, who is actually played by a woman in drag.
* BloodKnight: Tarzan, who saves Ricky from Rogan because he doesn't want him dead before they have a chance to fight.
* BloodyHilarious
* BoobyTrap: For whatever reason, some of the prison cells seem to be equipped with these. One fills up with cement, and another has a crushing ceiling.
* CaptivityHarmonica: Our titular character is typically seen blowing on a folded leaf in this manner and pulling it off fairly well.
* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: Ricky is pretty strong. Like ''punching through concrete'' strong.
* CrapsackWorld: Though it's a colorful and clean setting, the prison is a '''horrible''' place.
** That said, it only seems to be really horrible if you cross the people in charge. Prisoners apparently have control over the lights in their cells, and they're always wandering around the prison unsupervised.
* CrowsAndRavens: When Oscar's eye is slapped out of his head, a few crows dive to his eyeball to eat it.
* DoggedNiceGuy: Ricky was sweet enough to try and save the life of a guy who tried to kill him twice.
* DudeLooksLikeALady: Rogan. Probably because he's played by one.
* EvilLaugh: Gloriously goofy ones in the Chinese, Cantonese AND English versions.
* {{Expy}}: Ricky of [[FistOfTheNorthStar Kenshiro]].
* EyeScream:
** A few prisoners, including the one who was punished by the Warden.
** The Assistant Warden looses both his eyes in separate incidents.
* FatBastard: Zorro, a fat drooling slob who is hired by Samuel to kill Ricky.
-->'''Zorro''': "Ricky! Someone paid me thirty pounds of rice to finish you off and turn you into mince meat and put you in a pie."
* FiveBadBand
** BigBad: The Warden
** TheDragon: The Assistant Warden
** TheDarkChick: Rogan
** [[TheBrute The Brutes]]: Tarzan and Oscar
** SixthRanger: Brandon
* FourIsDeath: The Gang of Four.
* {{Gorn}}: The movie was clearly intended to be gorntastic, but unfortunately (or fortunately, [[BloodyHilarious depending on how you look at it]]) it runs afoul of its own terrible special effects and acting so the effect is lost completely.
* HeyItsThatGuy: Ricky Oh is later seen [[IpMan as Jin Shanzhao]].
* ImprobableWeaponUser: The prisoners seem to acquire bizarre weapons with the greatest of ease. Brandon uses knitting needles on strings, Tarzan shows up in one scene with a giant two-pronged pitchfork, and ill-fated minor character Andrew is about to chop the Fink's head in half with a giant saw blade when Oscar turns the tables on him.
* InvincibleHero: Ricky, who can gargle razor blades and be buried alive for a week and still live.
* JabbaTableManners: The overweight Assistant Warden and the Warden wolf down banquets while their prisoners starve on rice rations and [[ImAHumanitarian mysterious meat made in the prison's kitchen]]. Heck, even their ''dogs'' get steak for dinner!
* KickTheDog: The Warden and the Assistant Warden rarely do anything else. The Gang of Four do their share of dog-kicking as well, even Oscar and Tarzan, who aren't all that bad compared to Rogan and Brandon, who skin Oscar's poor mute godson Alan alive when he refuses to kill Ricky. Rogan even ''literally'' kicks a dog...IN HALF.
* LargeHam: Almost everybody. Even more so in the dub.
* MadeOfIron: Qi-Gong allows Ricky to shrug off fatal injuries and regenerate damage like Wile E Coyote. In one scene, Oscar slashes Ricky's arm open -- so Ricky ''ties the tendons in his arm back together'' and the arm is good as new.
* MadeOfPlasticine: Most people get killed in especially spectacular ways, and since the majority of the special effects involve Harryhausen (on a shoestring-budget) style stop motion, they are LITERALLY made of plasticine.
* OneWingedAngel: For no established reason, the Warden turns into a giant ogre creature at the end.
* OverdrawnAtTheBloodBank: Ricky putting the Warden in a meat grinder. The actor playing Ricky took three days to wash out the fake blood.
* ParodyStu: Ricky.
* PeopleInRubberSuits: The Warden, post-transformation.
* PlayingGertrude: Ricky is 21 years old, Fan Sui-Wong was barely 18 when he played him.
* PopGoesTheHuman: The Warden's "elephant gun" seems to do this to people, as the Assistant Warden and Brandon find out firsthand.
* RatedMForManly
* RedRightHand: The Assistant Warden's hook and glass eye.
* RedemptionEqualsDeath: Tarzan holds up the crushing ceiling long enough for Ricky to escape.
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: As Ricky ''literally'' tears the prison apart after some of his buddies are killed.
* RuleOfCool: What the movie tries to achieve with all it gory special effects and hammy acting.
* {{Seppuku}}: Oscar cuts himself open and tries to strangle Ricky with his own intestines, to which the Assistant Warden encouragingly shouts in the dub:
--> '''Assistant Warden:''' Alright!! You got [[{{Pun}} a lot of guts,]] Oscar!!
* StrongAsTheyNeedToBe: Ricky can [[BreakingTheBonds get rid of chains and handcuffs]], hold a DescendingCeiling, tear a hole in the prison wall... yet a prison cell is able to hold him. Also, in one scene he removes a nail from his hand nonchalant, but is affected by a spiked weapon later.
* [[StupidSexyFlanders Stupid Sexy Rogan]]: Justified by the fact that he's actually a real woman clearly playing a man.
* TheSpeechless: Alan, on account of missing a tongue.
* TooDumbToLive: Ricky's girlfriend, who doesn't think about escaping or hiding from the drug dealers for her life and instead jumps off the roof to her death.
* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: Back in 1992, when this film was released, 2001 was still so far away.
* WeCanRuleTogether / KlingonPromotion: After Ricky kills Oscar, the Assistant Warden offers him the dead man's place in the Gang of Four.
* WorthyOpponent:
** Oscar has some degree of honor and a great respect for Ricky, and tries to keep order in his wing of the prison.
** Tarzan also skirts this at times.
* WorldOfHam
* XMeetsY: ''TheShawshankRedemption'' meets ''[[TheItchyAndScratchyShow Itchy And Scratchy.]]''
** Or if you prefer, ''CoolHandLuke'' meets ''HoboWithAShotgun''
* YouKilledMyFather: Averted. Oscar's godson - a quiet little guy - forgives Ricky for killing Oscar.
* YourHeadASplode: Used to introduce the Gang of Four. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dW-3qmBAVM Also hilarious.]]
-->'''Assistant Warden''': "Tarzan used to open coconuts this way. Ricky's head's going to explode now!"

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22nd May '13 11:01:01 PM despoa
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* BigBad: The Warden
* TheDragon: The Assistant Warden
* TheDarkChick: Rogan
* [[TheBrute The Brutes]]: Tarzan and Oscar
* SixthRanger: Brandon

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* ** BigBad: The Warden
* ** TheDragon: The Assistant Warden
* ** TheDarkChick: Rogan
* ** [[TheBrute The Brutes]]: Tarzan and Oscar
* ** SixthRanger: Brandon
22nd May '13 11:00:37 PM despoa
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** BigBad: The Warden, who controls the entire prison.
** TheDragon: The Assistant Warden, who watches the prison when the Warden is away.
** ThEvilGenius: Rogan, the more creative of the Gang of Four and grows the opium.
** TheBrute: Tarzan, the biggest of the Gang of Four.

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** * BigBad: The Warden, who controls the entire prison.
**
Warden
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TheDragon: The Assistant Warden, who watches the prison when the Warden is away.
** ThEvilGenius: Rogan, the more creative of the Gang of Four
Warden
* TheDarkChick: Rogan
* [[TheBrute The Brutes]]: Tarzan
and grows the opium.
** TheBrute: Tarzan, the biggest of the Gang of Four.
Oscar
* SixthRanger: Brandon
22nd May '13 10:54:11 PM despoa
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* FiveBadBand
** BigBad: The Warden, who controls the entire prison.
** TheDragon: The Assistant Warden, who watches the prison when the Warden is away.
** ThEvilGenius: Rogan, the more creative of the Gang of Four and grows the opium.
** TheBrute: Tarzan, the biggest of the Gang of Four.



* ImprobableWeaponUser: The prisoners seem to acquire bizarre weapons with the greatest of ease -- Brandon uses knitting needles on strings, Tarzan shows up in one scene with a giant two-pronged pitchfork, and ill-fated minor character Andrew is about to chop the Fink's head in half with a giant saw blade when Oscar turns the tables on him.
* InvincibleHero: Ricky

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* ImprobableWeaponUser: The prisoners seem to acquire bizarre weapons with the greatest of ease -- ease. Brandon uses knitting needles on strings, Tarzan shows up in one scene with a giant two-pronged pitchfork, and ill-fated minor character Andrew is about to chop the Fink's head in half with a giant saw blade when Oscar turns the tables on him.
* InvincibleHero: RickyRicky, who can gargle razor blades and be buried alive for a week and still live.



* RuleOfCool

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* RuleOfCoolRuleOfCool: What the movie tries to achieve with all it gory special effects and hammy acting.


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* TooDumbToLive: Ricky's girlfriend, who doesn't think about escaping or hiding from the drug dealers for her life and instead jumps off the roof to her death.
28th Mar '13 3:16:20 PM Austin
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* InvincibleHero: Ricky


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* LargeHam: Almost everybody. Even more so in the dub.


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* ParodyStu: Ricky.
17th Mar '13 10:38:40 AM YuiIsMyWife
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* PlayingGertrude: Ricky is 21 years old, Fan Sui-Wong was barely 18 when he played him.
11th Mar '13 7:09:31 PM geneslamm
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* MadeOfPlasticine: Most people get killed in especially spectacular ways.

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* MadeOfPlasticine: Most people get killed in especially spectacular ways.ways, and since the majority of the special effects involve Harryhausen (on a shoestring-budget) style stop motion, they are LITERALLY made of plasticine.
9th Mar '13 12:49:04 PM gregalodon
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In 1992, the same year that Tsui Hark made ''OnceUponATimeInChina'', a film that re-defined Martial Arts cinema as a dignified and genuinely artistic medium that can portrayed Kung Fu as a metaphor for Chinese cultural pride, along came Lam Ngai-Kai, an obscure Grindhouse director. With the rights to a {{manga}} called ''RikiOh'' in one hand and a shoestring budget in the other, he set out to make the most faithful live action adaptation of a manga ever. 9 disastrous over budgeted months later, ''The Story Of Ricky'' was born.

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In 1992, the same year that Tsui Hark made ''OnceUponATimeInChina'', a film that re-defined Martial Arts cinema as a dignified and genuinely artistic medium that can portrayed Kung Fu as a metaphor for Chinese cultural pride, along came Lam Ngai-Kai, an obscure Grindhouse director. With the rights to a {{manga}} called ''RikiOh'' in one hand and a shoestring budget in the other, he set out to make the most faithful live action adaptation of a manga ever. 9 disastrous over budgeted months later, ''The Story Of Ricky'' was born.
9th Dec '12 4:04:12 PM gfrequency
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** That said, it only seems to be really horrible if you cross the people in charge. Prisoners apparently have control over the lights in their cells, and they're always wandering around the prison unsupervised.
5th Dec '12 12:23:07 AM YuiIsMyWife
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* EvilLaugh: Gloriously goofy ones in the Chinese, Cantonese AND English versions.
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