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    Uh-oh, Omega's having TKD flash backs.

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    Wow, just finished watching, that was fantastic. Somebody really did their research.

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    First, there are so many good clips from this movie it is amazing. It is like watching a series of SNL skits, some bad - but many are great.
    Quote Originally Posted by DSL
    Looks like "Taekwondo America"
    http://www.concordtkd.com/

    Spin-off maybe?
    Quote Originally Posted by Omega
    On a side note don't rip into this dojang all too much unless you've trained there and knew something we don't.
    I think that is the place they filmed the movie at.

    If I was at that club, I would be playing up the free advertising to the max.
    "Sifu, I"m niether - I'm a fire dragon so don't **** with me!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virus
    The problem is that Saturday Night Live is a gateway to comedy, which is a gateway to romantic comedy, which is a gateway to the ghey.

    Which brings me to my next point. Why is Saturday Night Live so popular in America? It's the most unfunny "comedy" I've ever seen. Even MAD TV is funnier and it sucks genitalia.
    MADTV's R-Kelly parodies are absolutely brilliant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega
    I think this guy on the far right with the red shirt was in the movie:



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    On a side note don't rip into this dojang all too much unless you've trained there and knew something we don't.
    I know I saw this guy in there too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dilbert
    "Driving without blood is surprisingly difficult."

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    I just watched it last night. It was so depressing I almost felt like quiting my school...

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    think the research for this film was at the TKD class that I used to go to...

    And yes, depressingly Omega does have a point - it is sadly very close to the truth about a hell of a lot of schools.

    Most likely will get it as a DVD + Popcorn + booze type combo one weekend.

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    Whoever lend his Dojang to this movie, obviously knew what was going on and must've had a good sense of humor. I found it hilarious and true to life. I just wish I could get a complete list of quotes, because there are so many, many good ones. Like the instructors friend. Pretty much everything he says is mysterious and badass and he plays up that 'I've got the death touch that is too deadly to use' idea so damn well.

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    It would have been funnier if it wasn't such a frighteningly accurate depiction of damn near every TKD school in suburbia I've had the misfortune to visit. Don't forget the distracting backfist...that's key!

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