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14th August 06, 03:37 AM
Has anyone seen this short film? I've heard that Bas is pretty funny in it...



As always, Bas FTW!!!

15th August 06, 12:31 AM
I must see this movie.

19th August 06, 02:29 PM
Me too.

Yiktin Voxbane
19th August 06, 02:31 PM
I'll join the end of that line .

19th August 06, 02:41 PM
I've emailed them asking where a copy can be picked up... I'll let y'all know what I find out.

19th August 06, 03:53 PM
I love you

19th August 06, 05:26 PM
I love you

Sorry, I already gave my heart away to MEGA JESUS-SAN.

20th August 06, 01:01 PM
We all know that MEGA JESUS-SAN is an unfeeling beast of a man who will only disappoint your love. Why not consider giving it to me? Krishna Krishna.

3rd October 06, 02:53 AM
Email I got from the makers:

Great news everybody! Our film, "The Kingdom of Ultimate Power" starring Bas Rutten -has been accepted into the Mezcla Latino International Film Festival!

Our film will be showing on
Saturday, Oct. 14. @ 4:30pm and
Sunday Oct. 15 @ 7:30pm

For anyone in the New York/Tri State Area interested in attending here's the info:

2006 Mezcla Latino International Film Festival (MLIFF)

October 12-13-14-15
Bellmore Movie Theater
222 Pettit Avenue, Bellmore, Long Island, New York
516-783-3199 or 516-679-0891
Tickets: $9.00

Mezcla Media Market 2nd annual Latino International Film Festival will present feature length films, short films, documentaries, music, food, and live entertainment. We will host panel discussions as well as a question and answer periods with the filmmakers. This year, as an added feature to our event, we will be presenting, discussing and showing the films of the 3 winners of our First 2006 Mezcla Latino College Short Film Showcase Competition.

3rd October 06, 04:34 AM
I'm sold.

5th October 06, 07:05 PM
I hope he does a liver blow.

5th October 06, 08:58 PM
"Mother Theresa, cleansed by her own urine, emerges victorious?"


5th October 06, 11:02 PM
"Mother Theresa, cleansed by her own urine, emerges victorious?"




What’s happened to Arch? A few years back he was the darling of his film school class, a gifted screenwriter with a golden touch who seemed destined for greatness. Nowadays he’s nothing but an insufferable know-it-all who can do everything in the realm of screenwriting--except write a script! His time and fading talents are squandered on hanging out, drinking, working a dead end office job, and delivering windy park bench sermons to old friends about the failings of modern film.

http://i71.photobucket.com/albums/i141/forstevee/screen-3.jpgDuring such a sermon, a mysterious bald-headed figure is drawn in by Arch’s words of cinematic wisdom. He is Vlad Rifka, A.K.A. “The Bringer of Death”, a retired ultimate fighting champion, with cinematic dreams of his own. Vlad has his sights set on a Hollywood career, and, it just so happens that he has the perfect vehicle to catapault him to superstardom: a religious sci-fi epic called “The Kingdom of Ultimate Power.” There are just two problems: it’s probably one of the worst ideas ever imagined and he needs someone to write it.

And who better to write it than Arch? At least that’s what Vlad strongly believes. The right thing to do, for any respectable writer, would be to say “no thanks”, but it’s just not Arch’s’ style to flatly refuse to write the world’s worst script—not that he’s actually planning on writing it. The temptation to keep a kooky character, like Vlad, around for his own condescending amusement is too powerful to resist.

http://i71.photobucket.com/albums/i141/forstevee/screen-4.jpgHowever, that source of amusement increasingly becomes a source of anxiety. Vlad makes more and more uninvited visits to his writer’s apartment and with each encounter Arch’s excuses for not having written a word become flimsier and flimsier.

Despite this impending threat, Arch is still unable to make the words appear on the page and it’s not until one desperate final act that he must force himself to summon the creative powers that deserted him long ago. With the menacing fury of Vlad breathing down his neck can Arch find the cure for his writer’s block before he faces the chopping block?