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1) Thomas Chaser 
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(1) Ralphus wrote: "Thomas Chaser: I'm a few days late, but thanks for the outstanding review of Revenge on the Laughing Girl. I wish I could write half as well as you do. I saw this movie and right now it's one of the best movies I've seen this year. This is part of the reason why I chose to highlight it at the top of the forum a little while back. I think the premise is great, Lori makes a very cute and appealing victim and I totally bought the revenge plot from the very beginning where they had her tied to the chair. IMO, that was actually the best scene in the movie."

Yeah, Lori is very cute, and plays off of Tippi's acting ability well enough, but the real star of this movie is Tippi, much like how she carried "Lie Detector". She can play both sides of the line and I'm really hoping she does another Mood film, in either role, with a character that has depth. You know what I'd like to see? An evil character that you can sympathize with, much like what Vincent D'onofrio did with Wilson Fisk/Kingpin on "Daredevil". Yes, he's evil, but he's trying to do a good thing. You can understand why he does what he does because you can see the goodness in his end goal; he's just doing evil along the way. Tippi can be evil, but her goals should be something that makes us think that maybe she's a good person going about things the wrong way. Maybe as a military interrogator that loves her country and firmly believes that whipping a girl into a confession somehow defends her nation. I can see her having a lot of fun with a role like that.

I do disagree with you on one aspect of your review. I liked the forced tattoo scene. I hate tattoos, but forcing a chick to get one against her will is an intriguing torture. I honestly wish they could have amped it up a bit more with more screaming and begging...after all, isn't getting a tattoo supposed to be quite painful? Like the forced steamy shower scene in Prison Punishment Show, the Mood Pictures crew rushed through this scene way too's almost as if they feel that any torture scene that's not whipping isn't worth spending a lot of time on. I like whipping, but just whipping can get repetitive and even boring at times. Variety is a good thing."

I agree that variety makes a movie better, but I'm not so sure that a tattoo would've been my first choice. Where did she get the equipment? Seems a bit contrived to me. I think a branding by a wire coat hanger heated with a gas bottle blow torch (like what is readily available at most hardware stores) would've been more believable and something that more people could relate to. Who hasn't accidentally burned themselves on a hot stove or hot pipe? The dramatic tension could've been great. Instead we get something that happens every day, that people pay good money to have done for pleasure. I just couldn't buy into that scene as a torture. Branding would've been a lot more powerful for me.

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Thanks again for hosting my review and giving me a creative outlet, and thanks to Pedro for continuing to make these movies and not getting upset when I critique them. :)

Are you testing me to see if I actually follow the link? Because you spelled my name wrong. You left out the "a", you sly trickster.

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