>ok, but why "dream police"? kinda stupid of a name if you ask me.
>Name the imaginary officer chinnigan and get on with your business.
You say your goodbyes to Chinnigan and the rest of the imaginary dream police and actually get dressed in your day clothes. You put on your diving clothes as well as a scarlet scarf and shitty pea coat. Heck yeah. now to get out and do some productive actions!
You take a moment to examine these sweet Sun-bleached movie posters, You have no Idea what Las Vegas or an airplane is, nor why the “airplane” appears to be in an Ithician knot, but you think these movies are just dandy. You really think that the Duke Sollite’s musings about the effects of illegal narcotics in an extremely challant way is pretty amusing, yet disheartening at the same time. That scene towards the end especially made the experience less of a movie and more of a journey through this Homo Sapiens’ life as if watching a ship sink in slow motion. As for airplane, it was a pretty good parody of the standard “disaster movie” trope, with standard conventions being inverted to the point of humor. Though this humor got a bit base, it made sense as they were trying to appeal to all senses of humor and not just jokes about famed playwright J’Nauqt Debardeaux, Leslie Nielsen was funny as he always is, and honestly the entire cast added something special that would be missing without. Like a big joke soup. They were both pretty good movies, 8.5/10 would watch again.