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Napoleon Dynamite And Pedro Finally Reunited For A Burger King Commercial And It's Hilarious


Napoleon Dynamite was a strange cultural phenomenon that somehow had the right amount of weirdness at the right time. I can't really explain why I find the movie so funny, it's not even Jon Heder's character in the film, or Pedro's sullen, understated expressions. It isn't even Napoleon's dance or Uncle Rico's lameness. I think what makes it so great is all of that strangeness coalescing into one unforgettable film.

The comedy was released in 2004 and grossed $46.1 million, an impressive feat considering the entire movie was made for only $400,00. The plot follows Napoleon, a socially awkward 16-year-old living in Idaho, and his friend Pedro, a transfer student from Mexico. There's also a llama at one point, and Hilary Duff's sister Haylie plays a mean girl. 

Although the movie's packed with tons of memorable scenes (my personal favorite is Uncle Rico decking Napoleon in the face with a steak, not his own steak, mind you) it's hard to argue against Napoleon's pocket tater-tots as being at the top of the pack.