[Editor’s Note: While Sultan may go ballistic over the following post, it has the ring of truth to it. Did Kristin Kreuk actually turn down a starring role in Get Smart, opting instead for Street Fighter based on Keith Raniere’s brilliant advice?]
Mark ‘Cockbreath’ Hildreth was going around Walter Reed Hospital playing guitar for Vets of the Iraqi War in 2007. And Kristin Kook decided it would be okay to EXPLOIT the vets and make this her doc film project.
Kris Kook is definitely one of the stupidest people you will ever meet. Didn’t graduate high school, no college. But promotes herself as a ‘Successful Businesswoman’.
Kook’s breakout role was in Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li . One of the worst movies ever made. This is the film Jean Claude Van Dame TURNED DOWN because the script was so bad. Turned down.
The film is an unintentional comedy, because it is so bad. You will split your sides laughing at how bad the acting is. It gives THE ROOM a run for its money.
So if life is tough, and you are having a bad day, stream Street Fighter on Netflix and I guarantee you will feel better. Because you will think, “Thank God, I’m not as stupid as these actors.”
Oh and BTW, Kook turned down GET SMART because Keith Raniere told her the role was not in-line with the morals of NXIVM.
And Keith steered Kook towards Street Fighter instead.
“Get Smart” – you say – what a perfect name for a TV series about the world’s smartest man – Kreuk’s advisor – Keith Alan Raniere.
In contrast, Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li cost $18 million to make and grossed a mere $4.7 million. Starring Kristin Kreuk, Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li, bombed with critics and moviegoers alike, pulling just a 6% rating on movie rating aggregator RottenTomatoes.
Viva Executive Success!