There are some classics that pass you by, and when you hear about them, you’re like, HOW DID I LIVE WITHOUT THIS?
Here are some examples of films like that, which you need to watch
Me And You And Everyone We Know
A Night At The Roxbury is not, repeat NOT one of these. You haven’t seen it because it’s shit, or if you have seen it, you haven’t seen it since the 90s, because it’s shit.
The only intriguing thing about it is that it was made 15 years ago but Will Ferrell is actually older than he is now. It’s possible that Benjamin Button was based on Will Ferrell. Stifler’s mom turns up though, she’s young and not mostly plastic.
I linked to the ‘best’ scenes, it takes 6 minutes and yeah, they’re the best scenes, that’s as good as it gets. Yikes. If you’re really desperate for 90s Americana just watch Clueless on a loop.