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I dunno, the son was kind of an asshole. But at at the end of the day, this is such a hilarious and heartwarming film that's got a great message at its center. Almost every big name in this does an incredible job with the roles they're given. Nathan Lane, Robin Williams, Hank Azaria, and Gene Hackman all absolutely KILL in this, and are really what keep this whole thing going.
And honestly, bravo to this for keeping its priorities…
This was a weird experience. Not due to the content of this, but due to the circumstances in which I started to watch this. I was asleep for the night, but then had one of those nights where I kinda just randomly woke up at 3 a.m. and couldn't get back to sleep. So you better believe your boy popped on the TV to watch something. I don't know what made me think of it, but I suddenly remembered I…
Regardless of whether or not Sofia Coppola can spell words backwards, this is still a decent short. Lots of personality style in this, which is always great to see. The music choices here were also pretty fitting for a short film about junior high in the late 90's.
"What's 'lick the star' backwards?"
"Rats eht kcil."