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Napolean Dynamite 10 Sweet Years

In celebration of the 10th anniversary of Napoleon Dynamite comes this fuzzy, collectible, liger-fur Blu-ray + DVD Comb Pack with a locker-full of special features that are more fun than big sleeves and extra tots! 

Bonus Features: 
Disc 1: Theatrical Feature Blu-ray 

  • Commentary by Director/Co-Writer Jared Hess, actor Jon Heder and Producer Jeremy Coon 
  •  5 Deleted Scenes with Commentary by Director/Co-Writer Jared Hess, actor Jon Heder and Producer Jeremy Coon
  •  Still Gallery 
  • Easter Egg - Fan Club Piece 
  • The Making of the Wedding of the Century Featurette
Disc 2 Side 1: DVD 
  • Full Length Feature Widescreen 
  • Commentary by Director/Co-Writer Jared Hess, actor Jon Heder and Producer Jeremy Coon 
  • 5 Deleted Scenes with Commentary by Director/Co-Writer Jared Hess, actor Jon Heder and Producer Jeremy Coon 
  • Still gallery 
  • Easter Egg - Fan Club Piece
Disc 2 Side 2: DVD
  •  Full Length Feature Pan & Scan 
  • Commentary by Director/Co-Writer Jared Hess, actor Jon Heder and Producer Jeremy Coon 
  • The Making of the Wedding of the Century Featurette

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Rated PG






REVIEW:
This movie was hilarious to me years ago when it came out, I laughed so hard. This time around was no different. It was just as great, maybe more so now. Hard to believe it was 10 years since it came out. All the jokes were still relevant. I really forgot how much I  loved this movie though. The soundtrack is fantastic. The story is funny and the characters are enjoyable and laughable. In so many ways too. Napolean reminds me of a few boys I knew while I was in school. It helped the costume design was from my era... lol
If you haven't seen this movie before, I have to wonder what rock you have been hiding under. Go rent it. It's actually worth the price, which would be in the classics section by now. Maybe even just buy a copy and keep it forever! 
Remember, Vote For Pedro!!

5/5

Comments

  1. Haven't seen this movie

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  2. I can't believe it's been 10 years! I also found this movie hilarious.

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