required Dungeon viewing

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So how many of you have seen the adorable animated film Igor?

I love this movie so much!  And the funny thing is that I actually avoided it for a really long time.  I kept seeing that it was on TV, but even though I knew John Cusack voiced one of the characters, I just couldn’t work up the enthusiasm to actually watch it.

And then one day I did!

What an idiot I was not to watch it sooner!  Dumber than the majority of Igors this movies is about! :beerlaugh

PhotobucketWhich is why Mistress Heidi & I have decided to make Igor Required Dungeon Viewing.  That’s right…watch it or face the consequences.  And they could be brutal.

Seriously, though, how could you possibly resist a movie that’s laugh-out-loud funny, chock full of evil, & even has a character named Heidi walking around?  An evil Heidi, no less!

Not only that, but it has more fabulous lines than you can shake a whip at.  For instance:

“Not the smartest scientist. His last invention was an evil lasagna. Didn’t kill anyone, & it actually tasted pretty good.”

“So how do we get this evil bone up & running, huh? We kick it, we slap it, we take it to the movies & call it Irene?”

“It would be really swell if you didn’t go psycho girlfriend on me right now.”

“Hey, I don’t come down to where you work &…oh, that’s right. You don’t work.”

“Wait—no kissing Heidi!”

:beerlaugh  What can I say—it’s a hoot! You must, must see it as soon as possible, if you haven’t already.

The Mistress has spoken. :devil

Now go, watch, enjoy…  You will not be sorry.


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  1. Laura J. says:

    I guess I’m gonna have to see this one. I mean…an EVIL Heidi?!? You are right…who could resist! :Bigthumbs :beerlaugh

    Can’t believe we haven’t seen. B’girl must have missed this one somehow because I’m sure she would be begging me to watch it!

    BTW….because I feel it is my civic duty to mention this….6 days until Spring and 100 days until summer!! You know for those not keeping count!! :dancing

  2. mary k says:

    I ahve not seen this one yet. I still need to see Despicable Me as well. I like atching some of the animated movies because they are pretty funny and really good. One of my favorites was Monsters Inc, and Monster House. Those animated movies were pretty good too.

    • Heidi says:

      I love them, too! Lots & lots of animated kids films are in my collection. I esp. love when they’re fun for kids…but also adults. Whether there are some adult jokes & references sprinkled in or whatever. But even if there aren’t, some of them are so cute.

      Love Monsters, Inc., too. And, oh, if you guys ever get the chance to see Up, do it. I don’t know that it was a keeper for me, but it’s a sweet story with some really cute stuff in it.

  3. Hollie says:

    Well it looks like Im in the majority on this one…I havent seen it either….but I will……gonna run to the library in a few minutes to check it out…if they have it! Dont want the whip today……

    • Heidi says:

      Let me know what you think after you’ve watched it, okay? And be sure to pay close attention—some of the jokes can zip right past ya. (Which is why I’ve watched it several times now. :happyjoy )

  4. Heidi says:

    Yay! I’m so excited that none of you have seen it yet. Now when you do, & you realize how adorable it is, you’ll think, “Wow, that Heidi really knows her stuff.” :biggestgrin

    Seriously, tho, *I* had never heard of it, either. Then it started playing on TV (one of those high-up-there movie channels LOL) & I noticed John Cusack did one of the voices, so I decided to check it out. Then there was a lot of kicking of my own behind for not discovering it sooner. The dialogue is just fabulous! :eeee

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