They were lucky to get her! Who’d have thought her schedule would be busier than every other cast member of the film?
That’s not a statue. That’s actually Jon Heder.
Has it really been 10 years since I thought to myself “what an overrated piece of shit?” Man, how time flies.
I thought I was the only one who thought that. I watched it at a friend’s movie night, and only two of us were still awake. We literally stared at each other, confused, wondering if we were supposed to be laughing at things. Ever since, I’ve been in a state of argument with people who insist it’s the greatest thing ever made.
Nobody liked Napoleon Dynamite. Everyone just acted like they did.
It was a fucking horrible movie.
I felt awkward watching it because it felt like I was going to be laughing at retards.
…i watched that movie twice, trying to see what everyone else was raving about, and outside of 2 or 3 chuckles, i still don’t get all the hype …it’s nice to know i was’nt alone.
(Thumbs through ’89 version of Obscure Black Celebrities Reference Guide) “Sweetie, what’s my Amazon password again? I need to make an order!”
This is closest a black person has ever gotten to Napoleon Dynamite.
Heh-heh, yeah word, dawg (scuttles own special edition DVD copy and special order T-shirt). That movie was mad wack.
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Shondrella Avery at the 'Napoleon Dynamite' 10 Sweet Years Edition Blu-Ray/DVD Release And Statue Dedication in Century City, CA. (June 9, 2014) -Photo: Fame/Flynet, Getty, INFphoto, Pacific Coast News, Splash News