Brilliant!

By Manolo the Shoeblogger

Manolo says, this it is the most significant piece of film you will see this year.

P.S. Many thanks to the Srah for sending the Manolo the link to this work of distilled genius.

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15 Responses to “Brilliant!”




  1. cheftanya Says:

    It is unbelievable. The team Hasselhoff has outdone itself. The best part, is it gets worse and worse as it progresses. One cannot take one’s eyes off it. And it repeats indefinitely, into the future and beyond. The very most wonderful thing is that he can’t even get the lip-synching right.
    Oooyyyyy.




  2. Gigolo Kitty Says:

    The Hasselhoff he is fine! But would he be able to beat the Giggy Bond?




  3. ronikins Says:

    Amazing! David’s on the motorcycle with the girl whose hair is flowing behind her, yet his hair moves not even an iota. (And surely a body double executed that high kick).




  4. sfmike Says:

    I’ve been watching the exquisitely beautiful Terence Malick art film, “The New World,” on DVD this evening, but you are right, Manolo. Its significance is completely eclipsed by The Hasselhoff as The Secret Agent Man. Thank you for sharing this with a wider world.




  5. Raoul Says:

    That’s just wrong.




  6. Verity Kindle Says:

    And yet, so, so right. Hasselhoff, you’re my hero! You are not afraid to look stupid! That was so bad, it came back around to being good.




  7. Cat Says:

    Huzzah for the Hasselhoff! A co-worker tells me that she thought for the longest time that song was about a Chinese spy, because she thought the lyrics were “Secret Asian Man.” Hahahahaha!




  8. Gorgeous Things Says:

    “Secret Asian Man”? The Jackie Chan as The Next James Bond!! Note the ultra high-tech tuxedo butt-kicking shoe soles. And The Hasselhoff will warble the theme song much more convincingly than the Mrs. Madonna Louise Ciccone Penn Richie of Detroit, Michigan.




  9. darkhero Says:

    this is sick.
    its really a bond song ripp off done by beginners. he sings so bad i cant get that! and the video is bad too.
    and the lyrics are relly bad. who is resonsible for such crap? why are you giving a stage for this on this blog?




  10. Joanne Says:

    Now if he’d just make a video for “Hot Shot City”…

    However, nothing beats the perfection that is “Hooked on A Feeling.”




  11. tbone Says:

    That’s quite a large gun that the Hoff is toting around there…




  12. sunflowery Says:

    Oh!!! So good, so good, sooooo good…













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