|The Townleybomb |
Oh, the humanity!
|Hay Belly |
The only thing worth remembering from this movie.
he's pretty much right...well maybe cornnuts
|Robert DeNegro |
When this film came out, all my friends were beside themselves as to how awsome it was. "Oooooo, You MUST see Heathers. It's the GREATEST AWSOMENESS EVER!!!"
I told them that I thought it was OK, but after time, they'd realize looking back Heathers wasn't that great after all. Just a dated flick that seemed cool at the time. Sorda like those flared pants we all wore in the late 70's. They seemed cool at the time and no one was there to disagree. But give it the filter of just a little time... and...
They have since totally forgot...
A) They were all shitting there pants over it.
B) I told them so.
C) They call me a retard for not agreeing with them.
The moral of Heathers is,
It really never pays to be right, and being right must be it's own reward.
Rodents of Unusual Size
I, for one, would like to hear the intriguing story of how Robert told everyone that Falcor was better than the Ewoks.
Anyone who doesn't think this is one of the greatest movies ever made is a complete fucking moron.
|Innocent Bystander |
So that's where that's from then.
This will sound pretentious, but I think this movie had more impact if you were in high school at the time it came out and surrounded by a lot of the same youth culture that the film pokes fun at; mostly the spot-on portrayal of post-suicide martyrdom and hero-worship that evolved when someone remotely popular died or commited suicide, and the weird mixed messages that came with it (don't kill yourself, but if you do it totally endears you with a great soul and even your stupidest facets will somehow make you seem deeper). At the time, it was a pretty bold satire of a lot of aspects of high school culture. Insanely dated now.
|Jeff Fries |
I think this was written and performed by Will Farrell
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
Best gay funeral ever.
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