Funny scene that doesn't have Jon Heder in it at all, and has what to do with tensile strength exactly?
I don't think that phrase means what you think it means...
I DON'T GET IT.
If you love this movie religiously (like I do) and watch the commentary, you will learn that this scene is actually a blooper that they liked more than the scripted version. The bowl was supposed to hold up, the woman was to be impressed, and Kip was to make a sale.
I'm glad they chose this version for the final cut.
It was hard to love this movie when every idiot high school kid was quoting it death, fortunately those jackasses moved on to other things.
I'm not a giant baby, so I don't care about other people who like the things that I like.
OH I GET IT ITS TRYING TO BE FUNNY BY NOT BEING FUNNY WHATEVER HIPSTERS
Yeah keep recycling poetv metahumor, HIPSTER
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Not funny until the very end.
This was a comedy?
Do people not like it because everyone liked it, or do people like it because everyone didn't like it because everyone liked it? Let me know so that I can do the opposite.
I see this movie for what it is: a silly little comedy that gave me some chuckles. It's not a modern-day masterpiece, nor is it a complete shit sandwich. There are movies much more deserving of praise, and movies much more deserving of scorn. I guess what I'm trying to say is there are worse ways to waste 90 minutes than watching this movie, one of which would be going on and on about how awesome or how horrid this movie is.
And yet you wrote the longest comment in this thread.
I agree with you, by the way. I had some laughs watching this film, that's about it.
I liked how he resolved the situation.
I HAVE OPINIONS
|Modern Angel |
If you can't laugh when Uncle Rico gets hit in the head by flying meat then you're no friend of mine.
|Innocent Bystander |
HA HA HA ! ! !
I enjoyed this movie.
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