Go ahead and drive with your sunroof open:
[Funny YouTube commercial went here once. Account now terminated. It was about this guy who accumulated a large number of critters in his car while driving in the country.]
Go ahead and dare to boldly split that
infinitive. Even if you're at Harvard.
Go ahead and judge by
appearances, you shallow sexist.
Go ahead and sue
some of your students "(whom shall go unmentioned in this email) of
violating Title VII of anti-federal discrimination laws," you wacky
Go ahead and get the last smidgen of toothpaste out of
Go ahead and have a last laugh.
Why, yes, I did watch two Odette Yustman movies in a row. Good catch.
This is another product from the Judd Apatow Raunch Factory, but (as usual with him) it's decently funny. It purports to tell the story of music legend Dewey Cox, from the tragic beginnings of his musical career to its twilight. Along the way, Dewey hits all the clichés that you have ever seen in a musician biopic: sex (in hi-fidelity, lo-fidelity, and infidelity modes), drugs, family dysfunction, creative blockage, commercial sellout, delusions of grandeur and transcendental insight, and so on. (This extends to minor things: as in, scripted dialogue in which famous people call each other by their full names, so the audience will know who's supposed to be who.)
Dewey is played by the great John C. Reilly, and two of my favorite comedienees, Kristen Wiig and Jenna Fischer, appear in major roles as two of Dewey's wives—unfortunately, simultaneous at one point.
I probably missed some of the references, and I noticed a lot of them. There are also a boatload of cameo appearances, even more in the "Unrated Directors Cut" version on the DVD. And it's eminently forgettable, other than the frontal male nudity that I could have done without.