This semi-autobiographical dark comedy starring Tig Notaro follows her as she returns to her hometown after the sudden death of her mother. Still reeling from her own declining health ... See full summary »
How are there no reviews for this? I am constantly raving about this film to all my friends. A lot of times they don't know what "grimace" even is. I'm like hello, it's the purple dude from McDonalds! Duh! I'm a McDonalds regular, all the employees at my local MickyDs (that's what the cool kids call it) know me by name, so I just cannot fathom how my "friends" don't know who Grimace is. Anyway, this movie is superb. This movie is all about coming to terms with your inner self. Grimace must learn to accept who is he to become acquainted with his family. Traveling to Grimace Island is a journey within itself. If you enjoyed Atlantis, this movie is a must see. You will not be disappointed and will learn a lot about yourself in the process.
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