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Fuck Me, Ray Bradbury (2010)

 -  Short | Comedy  -  15 August 2010 (USA)
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A sexy pop homage to the science fiction author Ray Bradbury.


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Sexy Dancer
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Book Nerd
Mariah Freda ...
Book Nerd
Schoolgirl Dancer
Danny Jolles ...
Sexy Dancer
Emma Koenig ...
Schoolgirl Dancer
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A sexy pop homage to the science fiction author Ray Bradbury.

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"Kiss me you illustrated man!"
5 February 2014 | by (ukwitchcountry) – See all my reviews

Well I guess now we know what killed him.. Nah, not really, I love this dirty little ditty of a gem! I find it hilarious and a lot of fun. And I personally don't find it to be in bad taste, it's definitely very crude, but I believe at its heart, despite some of the more smutty and downright vulgar lyrics, not to mention the performance and facial expressions of the kooky miss Bloom, it's basically a well-intentioned and sweet enough tribute to the author of the title who has since passed on, but from what I hear, was reportedly shown this by a friend when he was ninety years of age. I sure hoped he liked it! I have read tons of short stories in my time, but I don't think I've read that many that were wrote by Ray Bradbury, so I'm sure I don't get all the references to his work in this short. And I know it's not sci-fi, but if the masterful storytelling of "The Beast From 20'000 Fathoms" is anything to go by, I'd say proclaiming him "the greatest sci-fi writer in history" wouldn't be that long of a shot! It's a cute and very upbeat song, I find the chorus to be very positive and uplifting, in a crazy kind of way. It was way more catchier than I was expecting. I don't know why exactly, but my favourite line from the song is:"I'll feed you grapes and dandelion wine..." And the next, not so much! Unless you're a complete stiff this is sure to put a smile on your face. Good, funny-ass internet s**t!!!

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