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2015 Toy Fair: Funko

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We visited Funko today at the 2015 NY Toy Fair. Funko is responsible for the Pop Vinyl and ReAction Figures that are very popular right now. I’m still working on all the captions and write-ups, but you gotta see these now. We were really impressed with the Karate Kid, Garbage Pail Kid, Dr. Who, and Big Trouble in Little China. I have over 100 photos below, check it out! And keep track of us on Twitter, @MillionairePB, and Instagram @AgeOwns for instant updates all weekend.

Enjoy the gallery!

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Essential Seven Worst Third Films in a Movie Trilogy

Movie sequels are never as good as the original. Rushed into production for a quick buck. Once in a while the second film proves this wrong, and is just as good or sometimes better! A third film is then expected to complete a movie trilogy. That’s when everything goes bad, ruined by the third film. Looking at all of the trilogy DVD box sets on my shelf, I identify the Essential Seven Worst Third Films in a Movie Trilogy:

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Classic Movie Quote: Karate Kid

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Every Monday we are going to feature a classic quote from our favorite films. Have a suggestion for a future feature? EmailLando Da Pimp.


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Wax On, F*ck Off

In his new movie, Ralph Macchio faces his toughest challenge yet; to become a Hollywood bad boy. With Karate Kid returning to the big screen, his career fading his friends and family are forced to stage an intervention. In order to re-establish himself in the entertainment industry he hits the streets of Los Angeles to show everyone how tough he can be. Coming soon, “Wax On, Fuck Off”

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Cinemassacre The Karate Kid Trilogy


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The Karate Kid Trailer is Here

I want to cry. Remaking one of the most beloved films of the ’80s is the worst idea since The Next Karate Kid! The story is pretty much the same. Instead of Daniel we have “Dre.” Dre is forced to move with his mom to China where he is bullied by a local kid. Mr. Han trains Dre in karate. It looks like the filmmakers replaced “wax on / wax off” with “picking up the jacket.” I hope this fails at the box-office, but I know it will probably do well. Kids these days are dumb.


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Halloween Costume Idea: Karate Kid Shower

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Here is another Halloween Costume idea. How about the Karate Kid Shower costume? You can order this on Amazon.com


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The Good Parts: The Next Karate Kid

The Next Karate Kid

Sometimes Hollywood doesn’t know when to quit. Ok most of the time. Karate Kid III was a huge failure. Sure that movie sucked, but its only because they didn’t pick the right villain. Wouldn’t you have been more excited to see The Karate Kid III – The Revenge of Johnny?

Anyways, after the failure of part III, somebody in Hollywood thought it would be a good idea to do another sequel. This time we dump Daniel LaRusso, and have Mr. Miyagi train a girl. Of course that would work!

I have never watched The Next Karate Kid, until now. I sacrificed an hour and 45 minutes of my life to find something positive in this pile of shit. So here are the Good Parts:

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Essential Seven Best 80’s Movie Musical Montages

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My recollection of one of the best  “musical montages” as a film technique started with the original Rocky film. Sure other films have used this technique, but what montage is more remembered than the Rocky training montage ending with him running up the Philadelphia Museum of Art stairs. That is an example of it done well.

A horrible trend began with filmmakers in the 80’s began to incorporate this technique constantly. The basic premise was to quickly show the character’s success as he prepares to achieve his goal. It would cost too much money and waste valuable time for a writer to work out plot points, and foreshadow how the character grows to adapt to this problem. Instead, take 3 minutes of video with a kick-ass song, and you got essentially a cheap way to advance a film’s story.

Here is MillionairePlayboy’s Essential Seven Best 80’s Movie Musical Montage:

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