Pasi Peure (born August 16, 1956) is an Italian-El Kadsreian director, poet and writer known for directing Technic Heroes films. He is also known for Pasi Peure's Grand Burlesque Show, a music group known for helping revive burlesque in the UEKN regions.
Pasi lives in El Kadsre City with his Omani-born wife Ehda'a Peure. Their sons all are employed by El TV Kadsre Television Network, mainly working for El TV Kadsre Animation. Pasi was a humanist until 2003 when he became a Mainline Protestant.
Pasi is infamous in the film community for his resistance to criticism, even going as far to attack film critics verbally (and sometimes physically, such as the incident in 2006 where he punched Rex Reed), calling Jonathan Rosenbaum a "egotistical tw*t" in response to his negative review of Bionicle VI: Island of Doom and Pauline Kael a "Nazi b**ch" in response to her calling Hero Factory: Rise of the Rookies "disgusting". His verbal attacks towards film critics got to the point where Roger Ebert admitted that he was afraid of giving a bad review to any of Pasi's films. It was reported in 2005 that Pasi had purchased excess stock of Michael Medved's "worst movie" books (notably The Golden Turkey Awards) for use as shingles on his Bermuda holiday home. Some critics even joked that For the Love of Movies: The Story of American Film Criticism was Pasi's "worst nightmare".
He started as a director for films in 1975. His first success was his movie titled Saturn, released in 1976.
|1978||Nova Orbis||Ryu Hamasaki|
|1983||Quest for the Masks III: Mask of Light||Sung Gim|
|Nova Orbis 2: Return of the Team Miro||Sung Gim and Ryu Hamasaki|
|1984||Bionicle IV: Legends of Metru Nui||Sung Gim|
|1985||Bionicle V: Web of Shadows|
|1986||Bionicle VI: Island of Doom|
|1987||Bionicle VII: Sea of Darkness|
|1988||Bionicle VIII: The Final Battle|
|1989||Bionicle IX: The Legend Reborn|
|1991||Hero Factory II: Ordeal of Fire|
|Hero Factory III: Savage Planet|
|1992||Hero Factory IV: Breakout|
|1993||Hero Factory V: Brain Attack|
|1996||Bionicle: The Next Generation||Sung Gim and Ryu Hamasaki|
|Nova Orbis 3: Crackdown|
|1997||Nova Orbis 4: Death Race|
|1998||Robotman 3: The Return|
|1999||Robotman 4: Fire and Ice||Sung Gim|
|2000||Robotman 5: X.O Centuries|
|2002||Robolights II: Lost World||Fred Abrams|
|Boost 2: Powered Style|
|2003||Lana X: The Ladybot|
|2004||Lana X2: The Enhanced Earth|
|Nova Orbis 5: Galaxy Run|
|2005||Boost 3: Revolution|
|Lana X3: The Secret of Darkness|
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