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Here’s the problem. The movie’s biggest laugh doesn’t come when the puppets are acting risqué (the movie’s entire hook). No, it comes when McCarthy’s character is storming out of a police station yelling at various officers about what she wishes she could do to them. She falls to the last one and says (paraphrasing), “And I wish I could’ve fucked you!”. The camera pans over and it’s none other than Ben Falcone, Melissa McCarthy’s real-life husband.
That joke I’d say…
Just watched this on USA Network.
I loved this movie as a kid as I was and still am both completely fascinated and terrified by tornadoes even though I live in an area that might get a handful a year and those that do hit are generally extremely weak. I’ve seen Twister multiple times. Today was the first time I noticed...(and I’m sure there are think-pieces on this already)
Why are there “bad guys” in this movie? Cary Elwes character’s…