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Yoga Hosers Johnny Depp back to work

Posted in Books, Johnny Depp, movies by Anna Maria Polidori on December 31, 2014

Back to work the cast of Yoga Hosers First picture of Johnny Depp as Guy Lapointe


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Christmas is over and Kevin Smith is back to work with his production Yoga Hosers. This one is his second movie of a trilogy invented by him thanks to an article he had read online and developed later with a lot of creativity.


In the first episode, Tusk, the story of a journalist searching for weird stories. Afforded in Canada because of a strange news, the boy he had to interview had decided in the while of killing himself.


Now: what to do? Leaving without a story? It could be a pity considering the money and time spent.


The reporter decides to giving a look around. Maybe he would have discovered something new and interesting, some other weird story needed to be report. Life is plenty of paradoxical episodes after all. It happened while he was in a cafè. The telephone number of an old sailor with an interesting story. The man appeared pretty interesting, but later the journalist would have experienced real horror, when once drugged, the old sailor would have proceeded at the transformation of the poor colleague in a walrus, his big fixation and more than a fixation a dangerous and horrible obsession.


In this second episode, Yoga Hosers, launched as actresses in their first important roles Lily-Rose Melody Depp and Harley Quinn, the two daughter of Johnny Depp and Kevin Smith.


Johnny is back with his character of Guy Lapointe, private investigator, with a special love for fighting against terrible creatures of the past as it happens in this second episode.


The story is this one: the two girls are yoga nuts, and they find a work at a convenience store. To them still in the high school a good way for earning some money. Perfection is over when a terrible monster will be back from the past.


The teenagers know perfectly that they couldn’t fight all alone the monster, and so they ask for the help of that 70s years old Guy Lapointe, a man with a weird accent, english and french mixed together, but so funny as well.


Anna Maria Polidori


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