Xixo is back again. This time, his children accidentally stow away on a fast-moving poachers' truck, unable to get off, and Xixo sets out to rescue them. Along the way, he encounters a ...
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Two guys, one of them a magician, are transporting an ancient chinese vampire who can only be controlled by a series of yellow tapes, and is the ancestor of the other guy. On the way, while... See full summary »
Sam Christopher Chow
The gods are still crazy after all these years! "Crazy Hong Kong" (1993), also known as "The Gods Must Be Crazy IV", finds N!xau, the bushman star of the classic comedy "The Gods Must Be ... See full summary »
Xixo is back again. This time, his children accidentally stow away on a fast-moving poachers' truck, unable to get off, and Xixo sets out to rescue them. Along the way, he encounters a couple of soldiers trying to capture each other and a pilot and passenger of a small plane, who are each having a few problems of their own.Written by
Brian W Martz <B.Martz@Genie.com>
Was filmed in 1985 and sat on the shelf for nearly five years. See more »
When the plane is hanging from the tree with Dr. Taylor in it and the cheetah sticks it head through the hole in the floor, you can see either an actor's hand beneath the head or an actor wearing a cheetah suit. See more »
[being chased by Mateo, opens a little book up and reads]
Excerpts from the Geneva Convention.
It says here, that no prisoner should be treated inhumanly.
All right, all right. You can rest for three minutes.
[they both stop and Timi sits down by a tree]
What's your hurry?
None your business.
[stares at his watch]
[flash to a very short cut scene of the oldest kid running under a giraffe]
[still looking at his watch]
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There is a lot of story in this movie, but the thread that follows the two little black kids who get separated from their father is hilarious. Imagine this--a 3 year old and a 4 year old, speaking Xhosa(?) through the whole movie to each other--and yet YOU the viewer know every word they say! No voice-over! No sub-titles, just exceedingly clever script-writing combined with brilliant direction of these two kids.
I wish I could afford to buy the two Gods... movies, but until then I keep an eye on TV listings and never miss an opportunity to watch them again and again.
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