Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence -- Criterion trailer
When Plankton slips and falls on some water at the Krusty Krab, he sues Mr. Krabs for failing to post a wet floor sign. If Plankton wins the case, he will be awarded everything that Krabs' owns, including the secret recipe.
A large worm is terrorizing Bikini Bottom and SpongeBob is terrified of it. Sandy thinks SpongeBob is chicken and drags him out into the wilderness to take the worm on. When they finally see the worm, it turns out SpongeBob was right - it's ferocious.
Pat has a box and he won't show SpongeBob what's inside of it because it's a secret. SpongeBob can't believe Pat would keep something from him and he pretends not to care what's inside the box, but secretly it's driving him crazy.
SpongeBob, while sand sledding, breaks his butt! Paranoid for his own safety he becomes a hermit and cloisters himself in his house. Sandy and Patrick do all they can to try and get him to come out, but to no avail.
Squid is so sick and tired of living between SpongeBob and Pat that he decides to leave Bikini Bottom and go someplace where everyone is just like him.
Pat feels like he hasn't accomplished anything with his life and he decides to take SpongeBob on as his role model. At first, SpongeBob is flattered, but soon Pat takes the idea too far and begins to take over SpongeBob's life and identity.
Patrick is sick of all of his friends not being able to play with him because they have to put on their Krusty Krab hats and go to work.
An oversight in a Royal genealogy document revels that Patrick is the next in line to receive a kingly title. It's not long before the power of the crown goes straight to the starfish's head.
SpongeBob helps Patrick get his song some air time at the local radio station
Trailer for Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence.
In this captivating, exhilaratingly skewed World War II drama from Nagisa Oshima, David Bowie (The Man Who Fell to Earth, Basquiat) regally embodies the character Celliers, a high-ranking British officer interned by the Japanese as a POW. Music star Ryuichi Sakamoto plays the camp commander, who becomes obsessed with the mysterious blond major, while Tom Conti is British lieutenant colonel Mr. Lawrence, who tries to bridge the emotional and language divides between his captors and fellow prisoners. Also featuring actor-director Takeshi Kitano in his first dramatic role, Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence is a multilayered, brutal, at times erotic tale of culture clash that was one of Oshima s greatest successes.
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