There Are 319 Million American Dreams. This Is One of Them.

A classic! So many great lines.

Posted by Ann K at November 4, 2016 5:46 AM

Such a wonderful movie! Many lines worked their way into my family's repertoire of favorites but the ending sequence still makes me verklempt.

Posted by Dinah at November 4, 2016 10:25 AM

Sir, we have reason to believe that you changed your name from one Nathan Huffhienz to Nathan Arizona.

I did, what of it?

Can you explain why?

Every tried to sell furniture called "Unpainted Huffheinz"?

A Coen brothers classic. Perhaps only "The Hudsucker Proxy" comes close to quality dialogue.

Posted by ac/dc at November 4, 2016 11:06 AM

Not a single cliché in the entire movie. No character left under or over developed. Audience intelligence is not merely assumed, but required for full enjoyment. Crazy-sane clever-ass funny-ness from scene to shining scene. No rest, but no effort either. UNIQUE.

My first (and 37th) reaction to this movie was "please don't end - THIS is what a 2-hour joy-ride on mellow acid with great friends and no jail time would feel like."

My judgment may be clouded however because when there were no crawdad to be found, we ate sand and sometimes I get the menstrual cramps real bad.

Posted by Right makes might at November 4, 2016 2:29 PM

My favorite movie. "Gimme back that baby, you warthog from hell!!"
I love this last scene, it has become a part of my life perspective-I imagine seeing myself from above and the view slowly pulling back,expanding to include my house,my block,my town...

Posted by Mr. Oswald Forfendorfer at November 5, 2016 7:54 AM