"When I grow up and get married, I'm living alone."
I dug it.Say what you will about John Hughes losing his touch, or Joe Pesci losing respectability (actually, you could say that happened when he recorded an album, but that's another story), or Macauley Culkin being a flash in the pan, or director Chris Columbus being responsible for Mrs. Doubtfire (you've got your own private little corner of Hell waiting for you, sir), but this is still a damn funny movie.
Yes, it's hollow. Yes, it's slapsticky and goofy and the two burglars should be dead at about the one hour mark.
But it's fun.
And the kids love it.
Basically a harmless movie, and funny to boot.I took a shower washing every body part with actual soap; including all my major crevasses; including in between my toes and in my belly button which I never did before but sort of enjoyed. I washed my hair with adult formula shampoo and used cream rinse for that just washed shine. I can't seem to find my toothbrush, so I'll pick one up when I go out today. Other than that, I'm in good shape.