When Bean says Petey wrote a bad song, he is in fact wrong. This is because the song Petey sings is quite possibly the greatest piece of lyricism and musical composition I have ever had the pleasure of listening to.
This was my gateway into properly admiring and loving film, and it’s no surprise as to why that is. This is a brilliant, BRILLIANT film that absolutely anyone and everyone should watch. I can’t sing it’s praises enough.
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