Thursday, August 10, 2006

Hey, Aqualung!

Dear Amanda and Dani,

You were totally 100% right. I was a fool to have gone so long without seeing Anchorman. It is a truly fantastic film. I loved it. Just like you said I would. Thanks for encouraging me to watch it. I loved it so much I watched it again last night. It was even better the second time. Aces. Thanks, ladies!



Dear Everyone Else,

I can't even tell you how amused I was by this movie. It is so wicked awesome. It is like a little treasure chest full of tiny precious gems that you keep underneath your bed. You open it every once in awhile just to see if it is as glorious as you remember it being... and it is. It always is.

I love just about every song in the movie. It makes everything 100 times funnier. And I also love the moustaches. They also make everything 100 times funnier. And I love Wes Mantooth's pure rage. I just love everything about it.

My favourite parts in the movie are probably not the same as everyone else's. Here are mine:

- "I will punch you in the ovaries. A straight shot. Right to the babymaker."

- Ben Stiller and the Spanish Language news team: "Como están, bitches? Spanish language news is here! Tonight's top story: The sewers run red with Burgundy's blood!"

- Fred Willard. Just because he is Fred Willard: "I have no idea where he would have gotten ahold of German pornography. But you and I are mature adults; we've both seen our share of pornographic materials. Oh, you never have? Of course you haven't, how stupid of me. Neither have I. I was just speaking in generalities. Right. I'll stop by the school a little later, Sister Margaret. Bye."

AND... my favourite lines all come courtesy of one super-hot Luke Wilson:
"I am gonna straight up murder your ass!"

I love it so much. And I hope you do too.



PS: Here is a present for you, friends.

Peace out, homies!

1 comment:

Lydia said...

I keep on thinking about the movie and giggling to myself. I tried to share the humour with my co-worker Stephen (whom you know), but I think he's more esoteric than the crude beauty of "Como estan, bitches?"