Himalaya: Listen. Learn. Grow.
Go With The Heat
This is a once-in-a-lifetime movie. Seriously. This is as good as a karate movie gets. How do we know? Its got all the tropes. Full songs that are oddly specific to the scene? Check. Sensei beating the shit out of their own students? Check. Always doing the right thing no matter what? Just listen to the lyrics… We absolutely adore this movie and always, ALWAYS have a ton of fun when watching and now we finally get to profess our love of Miami Connection, Dragon Sound, and Jim’s Dad. This is our final movie of this season and we IMPLORE you to listen to our breakdown, then run out and buy a copy of Miami Connection for your own library so you can watch again and again. Movie info Premiered: Aug. 26, 1988 (Dec. 11, 2012) Directed by: Richard Park and Y.K. Kim Written by: Richard Park and Y.K. Kim Produced by: Y.K. Kim This movie was Y.K. Kim’s vision and brainchild, with Richard Park (a Korean film director) facilitating the entire thing. So many people want to say this is a terrible movie and they use it to just rip it apart and capitalize on the “bad movie” trend. These people don’t care about these movies the way we do. They only want to tear down and use other people’s misfortunes to build themselves up. This goes against everything this movie stands for. Friendship. Honesty. Loyalty. These are the things that matter in life and Kim knew that. I will never tear this movie down, it is fantastic and tells an amazing story about friendship and family. This is the only movie in this season that has an actual heart, and not dollar signs in their eyes. Hosts Dominic Twitter: @domcorriveau YouTube: Dominic Corriveau Personal Podcast: DC Talks Blog: ObscuredNarration.com John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0