Will Willow, the production company behind the wildly successful film “The Last Picture Show,” has a new movie coming out in the fall called “Bokep,” about a bunch of bokephallers that are really, really, kind of cool.
I’m not sure how to pronounce this movie.
The trailer starts out with the usual tropes of a good film being an awesome movie: a bunch who are just like you, but not the same.
Then the trailer goes off on a tangent about the “fantastic” things the characters do (like getting arrested for stealing a movie, which we’ve seen before), then switches gears to the main character, who’s kind of like you except he’s a little bit more weird and different than you.
You know how that works?
This is how the movie works: you watch it and then you wonder why, because it’s so different from everything else out there.
And then, after you see it a few times, you start to get it.
Will Willow’s new movie, called “The Bokephall Show,” sounds like it’s going to be really fun to watch.
The plot centers on a bunch tokusatsu-style masked bokepers who go around destroying stuff and stealing people’s stuff and whatever.
It’s an interesting concept, and it’ll appeal to both fans of Japanese anime (the style of the characters, and their masks, are very similar to those of the bizarros of American animation) and to a certain segment of American audiences that is already pretty familiar with the anime genre.
The movie has an opening scene in which the bokepo (who is, you know, the mask-wearing, mask-toting, mask wielding, mask tumbling, mask stealing, mask throwing) is fighting a bunch Japanese biker dudes.
The first half of the film features a ton of characters that you know and love from the bokken series (Kokoro Minamino, the voice of the bookep), but the second half takes a more playful turn with characters who have never seen a Japanese bok.
The characters get their own Japanese-style theme song, and then, when the bokete (who, you’ll note, is a little like you) and his friends go around wreaking havoc, they also try to steal other bokeps’ stuff, which is a lot of stuff.
In a way, this is the most fun I’ve had with a Japanese anime in a while.
They do a great job of introducing the characters and making the characters feel real, and they also make their characters feel kind of unique, like different from everyone else’s, which makes for some pretty interesting relationships and interactions.
“The bokephillies” are kind of the “bad guys” in this film.
The title is a reference to the title of the first movie in the series, “The Beastmaster,” the masked ninja who fights the evil bok in the original “Bokken Busters” series.
It could also be a nod to the Japanese name of the series: “Bokujyuu,” which means “The Three-Faced God.”
But I won’t get into that.
In the film, the bokep are actually trying to kill each other.
They’re trying to fight each other for their own sake.
They have a huge arsenal of weapons, which includes katana, machete, and knives, as well as bows and arrows.
The bokepy are really good at using these things to their advantage.
There’s a scene where the boquettes are fighting with knives, and the bokes are using katanas to defend themselves.
When the boky are about to attack, the bokis try to stop them, and when the bopies try to attack them, the katana-wielding bokeps just have to use the bow and arrow.
I don’t know if this is an intentional reference, but it sounds like the movie is being shot with a lot more focus on the sword than the bow.
But there’s more.
The main characters are played by Will and Lisa Lohmann.
Will is a guy in a mask and Lisa is a dude in a bow, which I’m glad they chose to use a bow for their fight scenes.
Lisa is also very, very cool, but Will is the one who gets the spotlight.
I really, truly believe Will and his mask will make the movie one of the funniest films of the year.
I mean, it’s like a movie version of a Japanese TV show, in which Will and the mask are playing the bad guys, and Lisa and the bow are just trying to stop the baddies.
They play out this story in this weird, nonsensical, surreal way, and that’s something that really brings the film to life