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"Are you drinking 1% because you think your're fat? Cause your not, you could be drinking whole if you wanted to." N.D. - funniest movie i've seen in a long time.


It was funny and quirky... It was NOT the funniest thing I've seen in a long time however...

Anyone seen "Shaun of the Dead" yet?

Now THAT was LOL hilarious! That was a keeper. I'm going to pick it up just as soon as Walmart has it for under $15 :-)



The favorite line in our household?

When Uncle Rico throws the steak and Kip goes "Now that's what I'm talking about."

The soundtrack is amazing, too.

Wow. I haven't seen "Welcome to the Dollhouse" in an infinity.

My personal fave? Lafawnduh. Gotta love the spelling.


It's bad Lisa from the BTE. Hey Napolean was filmed in Preston, about 3 hours from here. We love it. My 13 year old daughter and all her buds love it. What are you going to do today Napolean? "Anything I want, geez."


Shaun and I went to this at the theatre, I have never seen him laugh so hard. He mimicks, the "Gaaaawd" and has called me at least twice to ask me to bring him some chapstick. I got him the DVD for Christmas and we discovered more one-liners the second viewing.


"you're just jealous cause i've been chatting with hot babes online all day!" and "gosh Napolean, you know i've been training to be a cage-fighter!"

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