Kite The Movie (With Chris Stuckmann) – Anime Abandon

Chris Stuckmann joins Sage as they cover the most unlikely anime film adaptation ever released.

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9 Comments on "Kite The Movie (With Chris Stuckmann) – Anime Abandon"

Veran
Guest

I saw that just a couple weeks ago. It was a hard sit: slow, lumbering, uninteresting.
Not enough Wiley Coyote stuff.
Luc Besson has made a few films of this type, and they all tend to be more watchable. I recommend one of those instead.

TragicGuineaPig
Guest

Sage: barbecue is SLOW COOKING over smoke, not open flame cooking (that’s grilling).

Also, just a note, it seems you’ve been looking fitter these days. You been working out or something?

happymel
Guest

I generally like crossovers so here I am despite the fact that I’ve never heard of Sawa or Kite. ^.^

cannedfury
Guest

“Actually Sawa means swamp!”
I know it’s annoying to get “actually’d,” but it’s a lot worse when it’s also damagingly wrong. Of the 50 different meanings behind the name Sawa, that’s the one that doesn’t get used for women’s first names.

Not doing this to defend the shit movie that shouldn’t have kept it in the first place, but everybody named Sawa who’d probably punch you for that.

lilith_ascennding
Guest

Samuel L. Jackson also voiced Frozone in The Incredibles. Surprised they didn’t bring that up.

TragicGuineaPig
Guest

Didn’t he also voice a samurai?

OldManHermit
Guest

Yes, Afro Samurai to be specific.

lilith_ascennding
Guest

Yeah, Afro Samurai.

OldManHermit
Guest

“I thought it was pronounced “Ki-Te”

That was funny.

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