Bubba Ho-Tep

Two films in one! A campy comedy about an elderly Elvis and a black JFK. Film No. 1 is not so good, as it’s not so funny. Film No. 2 is a sad elegy on death and aging, featuring an elderly Elvis and a black JFK, and it’s actually very moving. Together in an east Texas old-age home, Elvis and Kennedy must do what they did so well in the ’60s: Team up to fight an ancient Egyptian mummy that sucks the life force out of people’s anuses. Recalling a bygone age before America was dishonored by the feel-good-now philosophy of the hippies and the born-agains and the corporate greed-meisters, Bubba Ho-Tep is a mystically sad and nostalgic film that reminds us that our heroes can be fallible, weak and human, and yet still be heroes.

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