In movies it's typically considered "cheap comedy" to just have kids curse for the sake of humor. Spike Jonze didn't make kids curse, but he did make them play celebrity look-a-like in one of Biggie Small's most memorable Music videos.also ranked#1 OF 97 The Best East Coast Rappers of All Time#4 OF 163 The Best Hardcore Rappers#5 OF 64 The Greatest Gangsta Rappers of All Time#7 OF 64 Rapper with the Dirtiest Rhymes
Dinosaur Jr was more of an Indie favorite than it was a huge Mainstream band. Regardless Spike Jonze's uncanny sense of bizarre surrealism was at it's peak when he came up with a music video of two guys just riding around the streets of new york playing a game of golfalso ranked#19 OF 81 The Best Grunge Bands#42 OF 309 The Best Indie Bands & Artists#51 OF 203 Best Alternative Bands/Artists#114 OF 177 Musicians Who Belong in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
What a fun music video idea! The video is the MAKING OF A MUSIC VIDEO! At the end of the video you get a fun minute long zombie short. This was the epic return of Spike Jonze after taking a break to direct films and I welcome it with open arms.
I remember seeing this video for the first time on Beavis & Butthead. It wasn't until the release of the Spike Jonze Director's Collection that I realized that Spike directed this comedic video for a no-hit wonder white rapper but it makes sense. Despite the lack of career that MC 900-ft Jesus had, this video is still a fun watch.
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