The scene where the two leads, standing over an air vent, blow slurpee out of their straws and watch it float (?) into the air is probably the most important moment in cinematic history.
"Best in Show" is the best type of comedy. No matter how many times you watch it, it never gets any less funny. If anything you notice more and more small touches that make it even better.
Every single member of the cast is superb but Harlan Pepper is my favorite Chrisopher Guest character of all time, and that's really saying something.
Also, my I named my dog Hubert.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
This could have been a great vehicle for Will Smith. It has an excellent opening in a desolate New York City where we watch Will Smith, as Robert Neville, continue living despite the fact that he's going slightly mad due to isolation. Although the setting is changed, this portion of the movie accurately reflects the feel of the excellent (and short) book by Richard Matheson.
Unfortunately, the movie starts to rapidly diverge from the book with terrible results. The most…