Help us review our latest picture! We want to know what you enjoyed most about Jesus Christ: Vampire Hunter. And by "enjoy" we definitely do not mean "was the highest quality part of the film," but more like "what most nearly made you spit out your drink from surprise and spluttering laughter." Vote below!
What was the best part of JCVH?
Kurt Thomas won a gold medal for gymnastics in the 1978 olympics. He nearly won a slightly less prestigious award for his Gymkata portrayal of Jonathan Cabot -- the United States secret operative in charge of securing land and air space for the US in the tiny country of Parmistan. How, you ask? By developing the brand-new art of Gymkata, a combination of gymnastics and karate, and conquering the savage obstacle course held in Parmistan to win any request he wishes.
Gymkata has something for everybody. There is romance, a princess with a very interesting background, a bunch of ninjas, gymnastic apparatus fight scenes, what looks like Mel Brooks as the ruler of a foreign country, a soundtrack sure to stick in your head for life, and all manner of surprises from under-cover agents to character reveals to one very special two-faced double identity. But in the end it all concludes... not really neatly, but it concludes and everyone will be glad they witnessed the birth of this new battle skill, trust us. Or better yet, just watch the trailer.
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