Take one loser who needs a new washing machine, and a second hand washer.

Mix in lots of background machine noise.

What men at supermarkets clearly not knowing how to shop... they stalk women and buy what they buy. They follow each other and pick out items the same way.

That washing machine is beautiful, but it doesn't wash clothes. It stops every time, unless the repair guy is watching. Until the faithful day that you become such good friends with your washing machine that you watch television with it, make it dinner and say goodnight.

Introducing woman who is the washing machine's soul. She'll scrub your floors, she'll clean in any way you please. She is obedient and follows commands! She is worth more than 100 monetary unit when you ask a guy "want a woman"? But look out... she isn't very faithful. If she winds up with some strange old man who watches questionable videos while wearing a power ranger mask, she will stay.

All of these things up until know are pros for the movie.

HUGE con: The people who made the movie seem to think that the most important part of the movie was the completely unnecessary probably rape scene (we skipped the chapter). All the bonus feature seem to feature this scene more than any other. Is that really important?

Eventually the washing machine gets in the weird old man's families way, so they have to kill her. Bring on the stabby. Now the poor old man will drink away his sorrow.

I give this movie a 5 out of 5 for general oddness, a 1.5 out of 5 for plot, a 1 out of 5 or scenes to focus on, and a 5 out of 5 for old men wearing masks. This leads to an overall score of I would discourage you from watching this.

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Yup, it's a weird movie all right. Why did the guy buy a used washing machine instead of a new one?

May 5, 2009 at 10:04 AM  

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