It's the only one of those shit movies that I can watch whenever its on and not get bored of.
That and I had a massive crush on the QBs sister back then. She didn't age very well.
I liked it when I was young and didn't get most of the references. I liked it when I rewatched it last year.
It's kind of neat noticing the references in reverse order as I see more of the films it's referencing.
It was the last good parody movie I'd venture to say. After it came out Scary Movie 3 came out in 2003, and it all went downhill from there.
I don't think there's been a good parody movie in the last decade, which is a shame. They all lost it when they start using "popculture reference of the month #493" for comedy.
I don't know if its GOAT, but Cerina Vincent should have taken the Oscar for best costume.
>SO WHAT, IF WE HAVE THE SAME MOTHEEEEEEEEEER
>TONIGHT I'M GONNA FUUUUCK MY BROTHEEEEEEEEEER
Pretty much this.
>watched these as a kid never having watched scream or I know what you did last summer
>watch it again and have a newfound appreciation for it
We black, we ain't white, we definitely ain't white. Break it down niggas
No. pic related is the GOAT parody film.
>I don't think there's been a good parody movie in the last decade, which is a shame
Walk Hard, Black Dynamite, OSS117 1&2
All great parodies, and finest comedies from last ten years, but they are obviously less random than the Zucker/Abrahams inspired comedies.
It's right up there with Space Balls
>fucking ted mosby shitting up the easiest minor role possible with his entire lack of charisma
somebody decided to give this man a lead role on a network sitcom that ran 9 years, it's completely baffling
Not Another 8teen movie 3 is GOAT. Nico gave the best performance.
Walk Hard is framed pretty specifically as a parody of Walk the Line. Talladega Nights is a looser parody of Days of Thunder. Anchorman is more of it's own sketch world creation.
The songs in Dewey Cox had no fucking business being so god damn good. They actual got the dude who worked on lyrics with Brian Wilson on Smile for this song.
Even when he was in a turd of a movie, he found a way to shine.
Always loved how they jam packed the last song with some of the movie's best visual gags because the actual lyrical content is played completely straight. Walk Hard is seriously a perfect comedy movie.