Something Important

We here at Brundlefly are constantly watching films and keeping our ear to the ground to bring you the most important news about all facets of the film industry. If I had a nickel for every time I’ve slept on the ground outside James Cameron’s house just hoping for an exclusive interview or a thrown away page from a script I would have enough money for a handjob down on cocaine lane. Although cum to think of it, had I not slept outside of James Cameron’s house so many times I would not have so many arrests for prowling and would have an easier time getting a real job. But what’s done is done and I’ve made some of my closest friends in the county lockup so I have no regrets.

When you are purchasing or consuming an item, it is always useful to look for some sort of seal of approval that says “this item is excellent and you will enjoy or find this product helpful.” When buying steak, a USDA grade is useful, when comsuming medicine an FDA approval is preferable, when choosing an escort numerous positive reviews on eroticreview.com are a must. When it comes to film there are a few things I consider a must for the poster or dvd box. Absolutely one of those things is an animal wearing sunglasses. When I see that on a film, I know I am going to thoroughly enjoy this particular film. Or at least laugh when I see the box at my local Blockbuster.

So without further ado, here is a collection of posters for movies featuring animals in sunglasses. Mind you none of these posters have been edited and this list is not complete and I will keep hunting down these gems.

Dean Cain looks like George Lopez in this picture.

Dean Cain looks like George Lopez in this picture.

I swear I did NOT add those absurd taglines to the poster. Someone in the marketing department at a major studio was payed a lot of money to come up with that drivel.

I swear I did NOT add those absurd taglines to the poster. Someone in the marketing department at a major studio was payed a lot of money to come up with that drivel.

This is the theatrical release poster, below is the DVD release box art for comparisons sake

This is the theatrical release poster, below is the DVD release box art for comparison's sake.

I guess Doug E. Doug was so hot at the moment that his increased presence on the poster would sell more DVD's, at least they realized that the cat in sunglasses with a sassy smile was something the film could not part with.

I guess Doug E. Doug was so hot at the moment that his increased presence on the poster would sell more DVD's, at least they realized that the cat in sunglasses with a sassy grin was something the film could not part with.

I haven't seen this film in a while, did the sunglasses and shirt confuse people into thinking this was just a black guy with no legs or someting?

I haven't seen this film in a while, did the sunglasses and shirt confuse people into thinking this was just a black guy with no legs or someting? Further, looking at that heinous smile and crossed eyes, I'm having trouble figuring out which one is a cute child actor and which one is a trained seal.

I have nothing to say.

I have nothing to say.

I know this is a stretch but I'm going to say that a monkey doing kung fu and wearing nightvision goggles counts as an animal wearing sunglasses

I know this is a stretch but I'm going to say that a monkey doing kung fu and wearing nightvision goggles counts as an animal wearing sunglasses.

Oscar winner Cuba Gooding Jr. everybody...

Oscar winner Cuba Gooding Jr. everybody...

While this next film does not fall under the animals wearing sunglasses umbrella, I was unable to find more posters of animals using electronics so I have included this one as a bonus:

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One Response to “Something Important”

  1. […] Product Ever. And a Full Apology. As some of you may remember, I once ridiculed animals wearing sunglasses as ridiculous. However, after stumbling upon a badass, real world application of Doggles, I am ready to change my […]

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