If you don't already know, my sense of humor can be quite demented at times, so pardon me if you're already offended by the fact that I *wanted* to see this movie ... but then, if you couldn't figure all of that out by my other movie mentions, then I don't know how else to help you any further. ;)
On with the comments:
- I'm glad Steve Coogan's character wasn't blown to smithereens at any time during the movie, at least not literally. Emotionally, maybe, but that's what made him all the more hilariously pitiful.
- Loved the fact that the drama class was such an unimportant subject in the school's curriculum that they had to share the space with the snack bar in the Snackitorium.
- Couldn't he at least wear boxers underneath that caftan?
- Was the critic kid the son of the critic from the New York Times that showed up at the end? Because they looked like each other a little bit with the sunken eyes.
- Hmmm... that critic kid actually reminded me of Goob from "Meet the Robinsons," come to think of it.
- One of these days, I'm going to go see a gay men's chorus perform live. I'd been meaning to do it since a long time ago, but this movie has made me remember that goal.
- If you can't roller skate, then why don't you just walk to work everyday? Or get a bike or something? Maybe he should have made a deal that he be paid in bicycle money, and not gas money. And what made him think that he could skate while inebriated when he can't even skate when sober?
- Why didn't Elizabeth Shue ever have any other clothes when she was in Tucson? Was there no money in the wardrobe budget?
- "That's the crane!"
- Prickly Pear. Heh.
- At the cat: "What the f*** is your PROBLEM?!"
- Nice dot matrix printer with the perforated paper. What is this? The 1940's?
- That's the biggest frickin' margarita glass that I've ever seen.
- David Arquette got 3rd billing for THAT?!
- Poor Yolanda.
- "I'll show you what I want, Vato."
- "Do whatever you want to me. I'm married to a Jew, so I've got NOTHING to lose!"
- ROCK ME, SEXY JESUS!!! I want the soundtrack. Yes, I do. So I can sing along with the sheet music in the link. YAY!
- I'm going to go hell for enjoying this movie.
Thanks, everyone, for the great time, even though our waitress afterward wasn't that good. Special shout-out to Cindy for my new Gloomy Bear, House Painter Hippo, and Donna Summer Hippo! I needed the cheering up, and you came through with flying colors!