Wednesday, April 28, 2010

"You don't eat where you shit, or shit where you eat."

That's the humourous quote from the principal character of comedian Adam Sandler in the crazy action-packed slapstick comedy, 'You Don't Mess with the Zohan', which I had watched for the first time last night on StarHub cable television.

He played an Israel counter-intelligence operative, Zohan, who faked his death - he was sick of all the violence in the Middle East - so that he could reinvent himself as a hair-stylist in New York City, without realising the hilarious consequences amidst an unwitting mini-Israeli-Palestinian conflict in Manhattan.

To some extent, it was quite a dumb movie to watch, but I had thoroughly enjoyed watching it.

As I reflect, if only Singapore's well-known comedian & film-maker Jack Neo had embraced the personal philosophy of Zohan, as exemplified in the entertaining & fun movie, he would not have gotten himself in deep shit.

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