Stars: Charlotte Rampling, Jessica Harper Woody Allen
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Runtime: 89 minutes
This 13-part TV series takes place in the year 0083 of the Universal Century, between the end of the original Gundam and the sequel Gundam Z. When Zeon rebels strike a Federation base, stealing a prototype Gundam suit armed with a nuclear warhead, young ensign Kou Uraki has to battle the Zeon hero of the One Year War, Anavel Gato, a.k.a. "the Nightmare of Solomon." Although he demonstrates remarkable piloting skills, Kuo is searching for something to believe in and/or a mentor, although he gets unexpected support from systems engineer Nina Purpleton. Fighting against the Zeon is preferable to fighting beside the obnoxious Lieutenant Bernard Monsha, the leader of the senior Federation pilots. Kuo is a less complex and compelling character than Lieutenant Shiro Amada in 08th MS Team, but he displays more depth than the typical mecha jockey. Contains the first four episodes. Suggested 13 Up: Violence, profanity, risqué humor, alcohol use. --Charles Solomon
What is it the comedian says when his jokes are going well? "I murdered that audience"..."I killed 'em"..."They screamed"..."I broke 'em up."
Yeah. So-so what are you saying? Are you saying that someone like-like myself or... or Laurel and Hardy, or-or Bob Hope are furious?
Furious or latent homosexual.
I gotta give my one classical-music joke which I put in every single picture and I invariably cut it out.
Um - the, eh, uh..."I don't know much about classic music. For years I thought the Golberg Variations were something Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg tried on their wedding night."
In this film, he played the part of God.
Ghost of Sandy Bates:
This was not easy, folks, because, uh, you know, I-I-I didn't know what the hell I was doing, and I don't have a good voice for God.
And he received an Academy Award for his convincing portrayal of God... although they had to use another actor's voice.