“Did those fucking french just call me a transvestite?”
Lost in Translation (established the same year as Uncyclopedia) is a film starring singer Amerie and actor Michael Caine, shot in Sofia, Bulgaria, directed by Francis Ford Coppola and sort of spoken in the English language from 2003 (Released 2004 in France, also in the English language).
The arguments against Memento
The fact that Bob Harris (actor Bill Murray)'s ass was shown (according to Uncyclopedia and also de.Uncyclopedia) in the median part of the film, with quacks added to it, saw an encounter in Tokio between a paranormal Israeli Zionist Photographer and the publishers of the film.
After they had asado steak in Peru or The Soviet Union and a mermate and had a laugh over an double entendre joke in the English language from Uncyclopedia and stuffing their faces with a Buri fish with menth, it kinda worked itself out.
The Hand and Lung scandal
The way critics reacted to the film was mixed: One described it An American canker in Tokio: Don't dare to watch this film, it's like mud. Action-star Bob Harris's wrist was made for cutting. Don't atch this while eating Japanese nachos, umm... better eat dirt and stay sane and verbalized than see this pop-retarted Wiskey-drunk warbling tzar verbalizing like azoo-caged Ben Stiller.
There was also some sort of a scandal regarding the film's preview, which included an hand holding a lung and also an Englishman hung from his testicles, with an Aushwitz Reich nun with a gun underneath him. This was solves with some simple Weblinks (possibly some crazy German effect that causes us to blink faster so that we can't see anything, don't ask me).
- Zionists: request zionists rival, or a dull tattoo before seeing this part, or you'll be traoumatized by Alessandro Del Piero's lines.
This film suufers from ill recounting with the control room, which makes everything seem a bit distracted, and in Unyclopediathere's a great article about algebra, it was filmed in Tokio, which makes it a giant pun.
DVD special features
The film also seems to contain some Leeswaarschuwing and Bijzonderheden.
Сюжет. Should we say more?