- Thanks to the pioneering work of this film next year’s Indianapolis 500 is going to have the question “is there a rule saying a snail can’t race?” in its FAQ.
- The current lack of rule specifying the inability of a snail to race in the Indianapolis 500 also fails to prohibit the racing of sponges, beams of light, the abstract concept of “justice”, pepper shakers, nuclear ibexes, or photosynthesis, so next year’s race looks to be wide-open.
- Turbo is a movie that exists, somehow.
- Someone will grow up with sweet memories of how this is the first movie they ever remember seeing, and when they try to tell their friends about their happy thoughts of being with their folks and watching this on the big screen, they’re going to be laughed at mercilessly, for their whole lives.
- Film was actually written and directed by a snail, whose dream was to someday make people bolt upright in bed asking if there really was a movie about a snail racing the Indianapolis 500, and who failed to give it up even after a high-speed collision with a lesser noddy who dreamed of being the guy in accounting who shuts down movie projects.
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Love your tag line!!!!
Aw, thank you kindly.
Actually, I think I can cite rule(s) which, while they don’t specifically bar snails from racing in the Five Hundred, would have that effect as a practical matter.
Well, sure, obviously: the requirement that the racer number be at least eight inches tall rules Turbo out, unless he should manage to be a quite large nitro-propelled snail.