Universal acclaim- based on 8 Ratings
Mar 2, 2015I never thought I would be where I am now, a quantum physics professor at Harvard. I didn't used to be that man I am today. Not even close.I never thought I would be where I am now, a quantum physics professor at Harvard. I didn't used to be that man I am today. Not even close. But that all changed in 2006.
The year was 2006. It was a hot summer day in Arlington, Texas. My wife had just left me and taken the majority of my possessions. All I had was 17 dollars and the rags on my back. I sat in the on the corner of Wilson Blvd and Engar Blvd. I sat down on the sidewalk, slumped over on the wall like a low life rat. People walked by, paying no attention to my presence. I was awaiting death. A brown paper bag of dog feces and a old heroin needle was still stuck in my arm. I was pathetic. The faint whispers of citizens passing by said, "how worthless", "Why doesn't he just kill himself" and "wow. that guy's life is really bad." I took it all to heart.
In my mind I said to myself, "This is it, i'm going to end it here and now." I stood up and looked behind me. A large sign that read, "Family Video." I looked through the window and saw the racks of DVDs. Mindlessly, I meandered into the store, completely high. The store was empty with no employees present. I looked down one of the DVD sections and saw a small set up. I approached it. On the table lied a large "block" like TV and a DVD player hooked up to it. On top of the DVD player was a DVD case. The text on the case read, "Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior." The took the DVD out of the case and placed it into the DVD player and turned on the TV. Immediately, the movie began to play. I sat there on my knees, starring at the screen.
By the time the movie ended, I had been purified. It was like one million angels came out of the screen and went into my soul and purged all the evil demons out. Right away, I started the movie over and watched it again and again and again. Hours later I stood up and I heard a voice behind me. I looked behind me and saw who it was. It was Wendy. She said to me, "Don't worry. it's gonna be alright." Then she turned into dust and blew away in a gust of wind.
Ever since that day, everything has been alright. My wife came back to me. I went back to college at Princeton and got my masters in quantum physics. I was gifted a giant mansion in Boston where I got a job as a professor at Harvard. I will never forget that day I accepted Wendy into my life. Wendy was there for me and helped when times were bad and she will be there for you as well.… Full Review »
Feb 26, 2015This movies does the impossible. Mind Crippling suspence. Thrilling action scenes. INCREDIBLE STORY DEVELOPMENT AND MORE!
THE MOVIE VERSIONThis movies does the impossible. Mind Crippling suspence. Thrilling action scenes. INCREDIBLE STORY DEVELOPMENT AND MORE!
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Feb 26, 2015This production from M. Night Shyamalan is a work of pure genius. This movie ranks among the pantheon of legendary motion pictures, such asThis production from M. Night Shyamalan is a work of pure genius. This movie ranks among the pantheon of legendary motion pictures, such as Sky High, The Last Airbender, Jack and Jill, and Herby: Fully Loaded. Its plot is action packed, with a plot twist that even Shyamalan did not see coming, and he directed it. The special effects in this movie make James Cameron's Avatar look like Power Rangers. The characters are deep and their motives are deeper than Mariana's Trench. No one really knows why Wendy Wu has to be a homecoming warrior, but what I do know is that this movie gets more controversial than Cannibal Holocaust. This movie's kung fu ranks among the best, surpassing movies such as Kung Fu Hustle and Kung Pao: Enter the First. Wendy Wu could take a steaming dump on Bruce Lee. It tackles adult themes such as taxes, mortgages, and the political state of the Middle East, without a misstep. It is a work of pure artistry, and belongs in the Louvre. The sex scenes rival Michael Bay's Fifty Shades of Grey, and are sure to get the audience riled up and hot. Overall, this movie is a must watch, even for the smallest of children. The Mona Lisa ain't got nothin' on Wendy Wu.… Full Review »