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Like that other Jim Carrey movie, Truman Show, Spotless Mind was one of those movies I ought to have loved because of its fascinating premise. It was just poor and shallow in its execution, I thought, and ultimately a disappointment.
I didn’t remember the soundtrack at the time, but the radio show This American Life used it for some of its shows and it has since become a favourite of mine. Well, the instrumental bits mostly.
To be fair, I know people who couldn’t have solved it.
Indeed. Plus fake grass. How low class can you get?
I suspect they didn’t include a return address either, the fiends.
I’d say the servants quarters ARE heavily damaged also, but Americans often use the singular verb in these cases.
I’m quite sure that’s intentional.
And there was much rejoicing…
Apparently an undertaker driving a hearse was once ticketed for this, and may have been in the right according to the letter of the law, which didn’t specify that the second person had to be alive in order to qualify for the carpool lane.
I didn’t know it was still on. I was a big fan of the original with David Jason and Ronnie Barker, and they had the same cash register joke. Couldn’t get into the reboot, I fear.
First thing I thought of too.