The apocalypses is coming... but this time, in yoga-position! Hundreds of thousands of Buddhas made of stone are attacking the western civilization. Cruel and ruthless, as if they had been ... See full summary »

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The apocalypses is coming... but this time, in yoga-position! Hundreds of thousands of Buddhas made of stone are attacking the western civilization. Cruel and ruthless, as if they had been invented from the darkest commercial film making fantasies. The last salvation for mankind is a discarded superhero named Kurt... Written by Anonymous

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The apocalypse comes in Yoga position


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27 November 2010 (Germany)  »

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For the big victory celebration of the US President Vincent Strehlow composed a march about the German children's song "Alle meine Entchen". See more »

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When superhero Kurt meets the Arabian wizard Hamanihmed, he is barefoot. In the next scene, after they went inside Hamanihmeds mosque, Kurt suddenly wears sneakers. See more »

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At the end of the credits is a line advising that "No Buddhas were harmed in the making of this motion picture." See more »

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Spoofs The Matrix Revolutions (2003) See more »

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More than trash
7 December 2010 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

Buddhism Revolutions is one of the most astonishing projects I've ever heard of. Two young people with a freaky idea start making a movie with no money, no material , no experience and nothing more than their will to do it. One should ask how this should be possible how they even dared to dream of a success. The more remarkable the result presents itself as an entertaining, humorous, most ironic and even heroic full-length feature movie including special effects, a great sound design and an orchestral score, that need not to spare a comparison with the big ones. The way the director uses the camera, his style, the cleverness of cuts and his continuity give us a taste of what will come next. The story itself is conclusive with some surprising turns and also doesn't miss out the action scenes. In the mixture with the absolutely goofy Super-Anti-Hero and the well placed side blows to nearly every Hollywood action movie cliché this motion picture does not earn his self-given certificate as "definition of trash" for it is a landmark in the making of low budget movies and a real masterpiece.


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