Review of: Thinkin' Big 

reviewed by SaintSinnerCEO on 04/08/2012
SaintSinnerCEO
More Elmer Awesomeness!
Not totally sure why, but Elmer Lang is awesome! His charisma on screen, to go with his enthusiasm for what he's saying and hilarious facial expressions and mannerisms make for interesting little short films.

It's like Elmer's giving a state of the union address to the world and we don't quite know why, but he get that he's positive and trying to send good vibes that'll make people laugh and be entertained while he's also sending out an actual message of hope and self help.

In a Ferris Buelleresque way, Elmer speaks, and I think people can care just enough to listen, and dig what he's saying.

Kudos!

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