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There also seemed to be an emphasis of shoving as many movie parodies as possible.
Not because they had anything clever to say about it, or do with the material, but because... Once they had your ticket that opening weekend, nothing else mattered. So they didn't need a movie to actually be funny, they just needed it to look funny.