Site icon Leonid Mamchenkov

Yes, no, is, is not

With Maxim’s recently discovered interest in kang fo, I thought we should watch Kung Fu Panda 2 together. But these days it’s tough – you can’t trust anyone. Movie makers can’t be trusted with making a 2D movie. Local movie distributors can’t be trusted to avoid dubbing into Greek or Russian or something else. Local movie theaters can’t be trusted with the sound setup. Local DVD shops can’t be trusted with selling legal copies and keeping sane prices. So, as always, I distrusted everyone and turned to piracy. Pirates can’t be trusted with torrent downloads, but downloads are the easiest to fix.

So I downloaded Kung Fu Panda 2. Before I even started it, Maxim told me that he didn’t see the first one. And Olga confirmed. So I said OK and started the download of the first part. When it was 90% complete, I realized that I already have it on another disk.

Three minutes into the first part of Kung Fu Panda Maxim announces that now he remembers that he saw it. All of it. At which time I gave up. “It’s a quality animation and it’s been a while since you saw it”, – I say. So we watched the first one anyway. Kung Fu Panda 2 awaits tomorrow.

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