I may have a bad memory, but I don't remember Matrix Reloaded to be about "white men wanting a stud to breed slaves." Or Arnold Swarchenegger starring in Star Wars. Or a Tom Cruise movie called Pepe Likes Tacos. But, if you are in China, that's exactly what happens.
People, come in and witness the hilariously wacky world of pirate DVD movies made in China.
In all honesty, I really don't understand what is going on here.
I mean, I can understand a bad translation to Chinese, but how the hell did they come up with these English slogans? Are they the product of a chain English-Chinese-English Google translation? Why did they put them next to the Chinese text? And why are they pasting negative quotes from film reviews on the covers? The one for rom-com The Perfect Man says "The Perfect Man takes its idiotic plot and uses it for scenes of awesome stupidity." I'm sure the critic was right, but how is this honesty a selling point?
The covers' Photoshop jobs, however, are pure genius: I really want to see Star Wars with Predator's Arnold, Indy with a broadsword, and Thor in Games of Thrones. Oh, and Harry Potter in Lord of the Rings would be formidable.
But, above all, I just want to watch Tom Cruise's Pepe Likes Tacos. On repeat.
Go see the rest at [Pixfans (in Spanish)]