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This is the funniest thing I have seen in some time. Truly a slice of brilliance! (NOTE: The link was broken, but I have replaced it with a new one.)

Two requests:

1) Can anyone find the full-res version of the movie? We want it here in the office to read all the tiny text and have it to put up at shows when we’re testing the equipment.

2) Anyone know what that music is? The music makes it!

UPDATE: Could it be true? According to this article, Microsoft itself designed the video. Wowsers! I didn’t think they were capable of anything so funny.

3 Comments

Robb Expounded Thusly:

The music is by Danny Elfman. I thinks it’s from Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure. Great movie by the way. I mean Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure.

The iPod movie is great too.

Don’t forget to NetFlix Pee-Wee.

Wednesday, March 1st, 2006 • 9:06am • Permalink

Steve Expounded Thusly:

Robb to the rescue! Thanks. And now that you have told me, it sounds entirely like Danny Elfman!

I have never seen Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure. It looked stupid to me when it came out, and I thought Pee-Wee was dumb. Alas, my sense of humor had not attained the level of sophistication it now has, er, attained, and so it’s a movie I really should watch now.

Alas, I do not use NetFlix. Nor do I have TiVO. But I do have high-def TV now! I’m not entirely hopeless.

Friday, March 3rd, 2006 • 10:12am • Permalink

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