Friday, February 20, 2009

Out and About

I'm going to be awake all night wondering whether the spelling error on this t-shirt is unintentional - stupidity - or a deliberate irony on the part of the producers - subtlety.

....and the close-up, in case you missed it:

At the moment I'm leaning toward stupidity.


kate said...

It's deliberate. The character makes up a charity to compete for - and he and his friend aren't the brightest two guys. It's actually a cute movie, in parts,

Shan said...

Now you ruined it for me.

kate said...


kate said...

If you mean ruined the movie -- that's not a crucial plot element :-)

Anonymous said...

And this guy is brilliantly funny - saw his "Hot Fuzz" (London copper goes to the country) and his first big hit, the zombie comedy.
- Beth

Gena said...

I never noticed that before! Ha!

The movie is really funny, though. You'll enjoy it as a runner and because that group of actors is hilarious.

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carlarey said...

I'd agree that it's intentional.
I love Simon Peg.

This movie is pretty good, but How to Lose Friends and Alienate People was even funnier. Neither of them are as good as Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, but he wrote both of those as well.

Shan said... you didn't ruin the movie - Satan would be skating to work before I would rent this film. (Judging purely by the cover, plus the title, plus the genre.)