One must really have a sense of the absurd to appreciate the humor of Douglas Adams. If you are like me, the HHGTTG series is among your favorite books, and so you have rather high expectations for the film version. This movie delivered. From the opening musical number (yes, I said musical — it’s a hoot), to the final engagement of the Infinite Improbability Drive (leaving an ephemeral image of the author on the screen as the credits begin to roll) that launches you into what must certainly be a sequel, this movie meets all of the expectations of those familiar with the story, and still manages to deliver all the unexpected moments that make a movie like this so much fun.
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