There’s something to be said that a family film this batshit could not be made in today’s Hollywood. Not just because this was the result of a weird lawsuit between Mike Myers and producer Brian Grazer over an unmade adaptation of Myers’ SNL character Dieter, but that a film of this scale and budget could make so many bizarre creative choices. Why is the film set in a 1950s retro world with modern technology? Why is the humor so dirty,…
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Episode IVa: "May The Ferb Be With You". On the Desert planet of Tatooine lived two happy young moisture farmers...
Uh, uh, can -- can -- excuse me, can you do it faster?
What? What? Faster?
Yeah, and funnier, if possible.
Oh, faster? Okay. Um...all right, uh... (inhales)
(In a goofy voice) Episode IVa: "May The Ferb Be With You". On the Desert planet of Tatooine...
Uhm uh, yeah, yeah, no, no.
(normal voice) What? What?
Forget the funnier.