Mel Brooks, The Producers and the Ethics of Satire about N@zis
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"For Some Reason They Were Okay With Me Showing This" lol
This was the official day I started to hate Ty.
As long as you don't get any infringement claims for showing bits of the movie, I'm all for it.
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AHA I KNEW IT WAS D.I.D
This happened to my auntie because he came to early and he still had like a few mouths to go and she didn’t even have her gender reveal or her baby shower 😭😭😭
the real easter egg is the rat at 0:25 to 0:29When I first heard that voice, I just figured it was an insane core or something.
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Guru in the part "later in the film" lol great workme: all the time
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The bowling pin shot is fakeMe: umm i thought u didnt like. Kids
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