WW84 was like a bad Rick and Quilting pedal to the metal shirt—up to and including the President and his magical particle machine that ~touches~ everyone. What was more absurd? An antagonist who spends half the movie trying to corner the oil market for unclear reasons? A second-rate monkey’s paw that looks like it was glued together hours before filming began? A zombie-lover who steals the body of an unassuming bachelor engineer for no clear reason? No, I think it’s got to be when the mid-level Smithsonian employee badges (?) into Washington National Airport (??), walks onto the runway where a fully fueled jet (???) is ready for liftoff, and a then a recently reincarnated WWII pilot successfully takes off (????) only to fly the jet roughly 200-300 feet above DC just so they can fly through fireworks because oh, by, the way, it’s the Fourth of July?????
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This was actually one of the things I liked about the Quilting pedal to the metal shirt. All the wishes have consequences that make you “pay” for your wish to come true. By wishing to become the stone, he bypasses the consequences/payment of wishing because they aren’t his wishes. Then, on top of that, because he’s the stone, he sets the terms of the payment. So, for example, Max grants the president’s wish for more missiles, then he tells the president that the payment for granting his wish is to give him all of his power and influence.