Wednesday, July 04, 2007
Fun for the Fourth
You know how it goes. You're browsing around the Web looking for something interesting to share for, say, the Fourth of July. Your search on "Freedom" pulls up stuff like Norman Rockwell's Four Freedoms paintings, which are not exactly a big fresh thrill.
But buried down in the related links on About.com you strike completely unrelated gold: You gotta check out The Norman Rockwell Code.
Per the About article by Mike Durette, "The half-hour parody of Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code is online for free viewing. It's an engaging send-up of the controversial story and a surprising, loving tribute to the memory of Don Knotts."
The Da Vinci Code? And Don Knotts? Oh yeah. This is more like it. Enjoy!
*P.S. Don't have 30 minutes? At least see the trailer.