Yeah, watched it last night. I was twittering my thoughts as it progressed:
Those "automatic slideshows" that Apple generates, based on music, is basically the intro to National Lampoon's Vacation.
Any movie that begins with Eugene Levy as a sleazy salesman is ok in my book. It's hard to believe there was a time he played any non-nebbish character outside of SCTV.
"Whoa! An airbag!"
"Thank yoooou. Good shot Audrey."
"Kid's, you noticing all this plight?" is even funnier because of this SNL end-theme sounding music that apparently indicates "ghetto".
"I wonder if these guys know the Commodores."
When Clark tries to indicate his wife's in the bathroom and she goes "right here kids!" and he starts to scratch his shoulder with his thumb, really great.
"Right Audrey, and when they ran out of sod, they used mud."
"Vicky can I help you with that Kool-Aid? Please?"
Beverly D'Angelo looks like Amy Poehler. Or Poehler looks like Beverly D'Angelo. Either/Or.
"It's given me a chance to spend a lot more time with you and..." "Audrey." "Audrey."
All in all, I really really liked it. So thanks for that, guys.