Here is a must-see film.
Hear me out.
A movie that didn’t even make a million dollars at the box office.
13 years ago.
A very prescient take on America.
From the dude who gave us Beavis and Butt-Head.
I was lucky enough to meet Luke Wilson years ago.
If I had to choose a favorite contemporary male actor, it would probably be him.
I am not a big fan of Maya Rudolph (at all), but she does well here.
Dax Shepard does a really good job here.
Jetskis in the reflecting pool of the Washington Monument.
President with Mountain Dew for a middle name.
A La-Z-Boy with a toilet in it.
Pictographs for sub-literate emergency room receptionist.
Gatorade coming out of water fountains.
Water has been phased out.
Not enough electrolytes.
Big box store gone badder.
Starbucks is where you get hand jobs.
Showdown with Beef Supreme.
Welcome to Costco. I love you.
Brought to you by Carl’s Jr.
Really, this film is very, very intelligent.
There are some priceless moments.
The automated Carl’s Jr. kiosk is one of the highlights.
So many amazing little details here and there.
I suppose it is a cult film.
And with good reason.
It is strange, but it is an essential film.
Kudos to Mike Judge.