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Talk to Taka (2000)

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A Sushi Chef offers love advice to his customers, but his advice stinks.

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A friendly sushi chef loves giving romantic advice to his customers. But his advice is awful, and his customers leave without paying the bill. His scary Boss tells Taka to quit talking to the customers or he'll be fired. Written by Anonymous

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He makes great sushi, but his advice stinks!


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Pat Morita sings the end credits song, a brand new version of the 1967 #1 hit single "Something Stupid", originally sung by Frank and Nancy Sinatra. See more »

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References Kung Pao Chicken (1997) See more »

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Something Stupid
Written by C. Carson Parks
Arranged by John Lee
Performed by Pat Morita and Sharon Lee
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Catchy indeed, especially the dialogue
2 September 2002 | by (Allentown, PA) – See all my reviews

Cruising through Atom Films the one day I came across this. It was great! Good camera work especially, and I love that Mako has a part because there's a presence to him you can't mistake. Of course the main attractor was easily Pat Morita, who reprised his role of Arnold with a little more sophistication but just as much absurdity. Wish there'd be another!


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