Considering how influenced I am with green leaves, it helps me justify my reason for assigning this film as one of all time favorite films...
Because I haven't got the time to write up a full post before leaving for work (Yes, unfortunately, I do work people), I really can't be arsed doing a write up and a review like everybody else here would do, expecting some kind of recognition that they should get into professional reviewing (everybody’s dream here I would say). Fuck, you want proof that I can't write for shit, its right here. And before every single post, I run it through Microsoft Word to make sure I haven't got any spelling fuck ups to give you rats the upper hand in correcting me if you don't like what I have to say...
I kind of went off the track there a little ey? Ok, so because I can't be arsed and don't have the time, here is the write up from somebody else who I won't even give the glory of spreading the good word of who it was that wrote it, because too many people whom I don't give a shit about, review things that I don't give a shit about, and most of the time, their opinion differentiates from mine. So all it does is irritate me...Example; The prequel Star Wars trilogy shits all over the Original Trilogy and Jar Jar Binks is a much better character than Han Solo. HA! do your worst, I fear no text from no nerd.
Ok, so the write up (If you can't be fucked reading it then just skip till you get to the videos further down because we all know how much your attention can focus so much easier on something that moves in comparison to something you have to read).
A handful of state troopers are put in the uncomfortable position of having to actually enforce the law in this high-spirited comedy. Mac (Steve Lemme), Thorny (Jay Chandrasekhar), Foster (Paul Stoter), and Rabbit (Erik Stolhanske) are four Vermont state troopers whose dedication to duty is not exactly an inspiration to law enforcement officers everywhere. Stationed in a small town near the Canadian border, the troopers don't have much to do, so they while away their hours smoking dope and harassing hapless motorists. Their superior officer, Capt. O'Hagan (Brian Cox), likes the boys and they try to keep their more outrageous antics out of his earshot, but they often run afoul of fellow trooper Farva (Kevin Heffernan), who insists on doing things by the book. When Governor Jessman (Lynda Carter) announces massive budget cuts for Vermont law enforcement personnel, things look bad for the troopers and they must quickly prove their worth or they'll be forced to look for real jobs. Appropriately enough, the troopers stumble upon some information regarding a group of marijuana dealers operating along the border; the guys figure this is just the sort of high-profile bust that could save their careers, but the police department of a nearby town gets wind of the troopers' plans. The Earlville police are no friends of the troopers, and they set out to ruin their moment of glory. Super Troopers was written by the five-man comedy troupe Broken Lizard, who also star as the five troopers; the group's leader, Jay Chandrasekhar, directed.
If you haven't seen the film...you deserve to die of depression, because this is the ONE movie that would definitely suck you out of a depressive state...examples:
The balls out, hilarious, best intro to a film you could ever see And my favorite scene in the movie...Shenanigans
In all seriousness, if I was to post up all the hilarious moments in this film you would be here for about an hour watching them. Most comedies these days have 3 to 5 hilarious moments at the most, Super Troopers is full of em. So do yourself a favor and go buy the fucken thing. Weed or no weed, this film will at least make you dribble some piss out from the amount of laughter you are set to go through.
If you don't agree with me, I don't want to know. Now fuck off.