jorma taccone

Art, or more specifically, film, is at its best when it provokes thought.  Movies like Fight Club can make us question what we value and whether it’s worth a shit.  Or look at The Godfather Part II,  a film that examines power and loneliness, how they work and where they can leave a man.  Then there are films like The Seventh Seal, a film that questions life and death – what do they really mean?  We walk out of these movies refreshed with a new stance on life and how to experience it.  They lead to wonderful discussions in which we can further examine our collective experiences.

Then there are movies like MacGruber that, while they may totally lack a single ounce of intelligible thought, are just fucking funny.  And that’s enough.

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