>Are you suggesting he's a...pest?
In which case John Leguizamo plays this role absolutely perfectly. He epitomises what it means to be a 'pest'. I recall re watching this movie recently and was irritated the whole way through. He doesnt shut up once throughout the entire movie, not once! I was so mad by the time the credits rolled when it hit me. It was ... perfect.. What did I expect? The movie was called The Pest, I would be a fool to expect anything else. Why Leguizamo was snubbed of any sort of award for this film is beyond me.
>"quacky what have they didded to you?"
top laff, ima go watch this now
>tfw you will never play snakey wakey with the man thats trying to hunt yous gay german son
It's exactly like how the movie Melancholia was a perfect portrayal of the emotion. I see now where Lars drew inspiration.
>failed miserably at the box office
>probably something the lead actor would prefer the whole world to forget
>intensely offensive and doesn't respect any basic moral boundaries
>protagonist manages to walk the thin line that lies between sympathetic and rage-fuel
I mean, it hits all the right notes. 11/10, certified patrician.
>This is by far the most genius compilation of impressions and comedy all rolled into one fantastic film. unfortunately there will be no sequel to this film however i don't mind watching it again and again considering the intense caliber of this masterpiece. The acting was astonishing and the characters were portrayed extremely well. Although some parts of the movie may have seemed ridiculous, they just added to the comedy, making it more enjoyable. For all you haters out there go read a book, or count your snot collection, until you find a decent sense of humor. until next time, if you don't have anything good to say eat a donut. that way we don't have to listen to you
>I legitimately like The Master of Disguise, not ironically
I really don't think I would be physically capable of watching that entire movie