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April 20, 2004

Napoleon Dynamite Trailer. My New Idol.

— Posted by John Campea

Sorry about the lower rate of my postings this week folks, my show opens this week and it has been nothing but rehearsing.

However, I needed to break to simply let the world know that this guy is my new hero. On top of that, the guy who wrote and directed it is 4 years younger than me, which also makes me feel useless. He’s fairly new to this whole movie scene, but kick me up the back road if this trailer doesn’t look faboo.

Not too sure where Napoleon Dynamite will be playing, but I shall purchase a ticket.

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20 thoughts on “Napoleon Dynamite Trailer. My New Idol.

  1. I LIKE GETTING BLOWN AND EATING BASS. SO MAYBE ME AND NAPOLEON COULD GET HIGH AND GO FISHING. I CAN TELL THAT WE R GONNA BE FRIENDS.

  2. I love Napoleon. Honestly, if he were at my school, I’d be his best friend! He’s hilarious, and it’s great that he doesn’t care what anyone thinks of him. VOTE FOR PEDRO!

  3. napoleon is the funniest movie of the year. very rare to find this kind of humor this day and age. right up there with the classics peace out.
    “kips like 32 years old”

  4. Hey, the first trailer I ever saw for Napoleon Dynamite, he said “quit eating all the Lucky Charms! Dang!” Does anyone know where I can find this trailer, because I NEED to hear him say that again! I love it!
    thanks :)

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