• http://www.facebook.com/people/Nate-Broadus/100003245734823 Nate Broadus

    Didn’t you realize you can make anything into a rap just by inserting the word “yo?” 

    For instance:

    Add a teaspoon of salt and half a teaspoon of pepper, yo.

    Stir the milk in a bowl and whisk in eggs until its fluffy, yo.

    Set out the doilies on the table and put out the fine china, yo. 

    • MAR_M3anie


      • taequila777

        Tru ‘dat.

  • Mika_San123

    Although it’s true that the Townsend twins weren’t particularly good rappers, I do think they served their role – to be comedic – well enough. Their rapping did lighten up the mood a bit in the middle of the movie. Personally, I thought their rapping was endearing, and it’s kind of like watching little kids sing on Star King – they’re off-key and whiny but they’re adorable to watch.

    I also loved the fact that Michael could understand Korean – it was just completely unexpected. In fact, when Michael first responded to Choonseob’s mumbling, I suspended my disbelief and passed it off as something done poorly on the part of the writers/editors/directors.

    I always love it when kids, innocent and naive, have this simple way of thinking about the world, and it turns out to be the wisest, too. Rosie was that kind of character, so needless to say, I loved her.

    Go Ara’s performance was lovely and her English wasn’t that horrible. She’s a pretty good actress, but I sometimes feel that everyone sees her face and kind of writes her off as an actress with the looks but not the talent.

  • jungc

    Nothing great.

    After living in the US for 9 years, I’ve concluded multiculturalism has little benefits aside from a generic feeling of being inclusive and worldly. It is not enough to justify the constant ethnic strife and raced-based politics. Avoid if possible.