I always wanted one of those outfits, ever since I saw Donnie Darko: very cool.
I was Donnie Darko for Hallowe'en!!!!
Is no one else amused at the idea of a movie that has both Juno and Donnie Darko? The sequel to Donnie Darko (beware of spoilers, in case you haven't seen either movie): Donnie hasn't actually died. The plane engine crashed into the house while Donnie was jerkin' it, narrowly missing him, and his semen entered a wormhole. This worm hole shot his load 19 years into the future, impregnating Juno, who is still witty and cynical and in love with Michael Cera (I'm too lazy to look up his characters name, I don't remember it). Instead of a strife regarding what to do and who gets to adopt the child, Juno goes on Maury as the "virgin Mary" whose baby's DNA denotes a biological father who is not God. There is a gigantic search for the father of this anomaly. Hundreds of men want the child to belong to themselves, thus voluntarily choose to be tested. The 457th man tested just so happens to be Donnie Darko's uncle Melvin, and they find genetic similarities and determine that the father is a relative of good ol' Mel. So everybody in his family gets tested and they find out that Donnie Darko, now in his late 30s and living in the basement of his parents place, working from home in an attempt to harvest the power of a wormhole to create a time machine so he can go back in time and save his relationship with Gretchen Ross, because he decided not to go steady with her after his near-death experience because he wanted to live and to bang as many people as he could, is the father. Juno obviously hits him up for child support, but Donnie fights it in that there was no intent behind the action, and that he never actually willingly had relations with her. Law is eventually passed that child support may not be sought in the event of wormhole distribution. There is, of course, a sub-plot. In all of this, Donnie is introduced to Michael Cera, and they really hit it off. A hot, passionate, gay love affair occurs (critics think that the filming might be a little bit too close to pornography), and Michael leaves Juno for Donnie. Juno is left to take care of the baby completely on her own, but can easily afford it due to several grants from various physics-related groups, studying the nature of the wormhole. Donnie, previously a dead-beat, finally gets over the loss of Gretchen and he and Michael move into a roomy, beach-front apartment in California. The movie ends with a cliffhanger, in which Donnie and Michael talk about wanting children, and the idea of fighting for custody of Donnie's biological child is implied, leaving much room for a sequel. Or several.
Oh my god, I have way too much time on my hands. But on the positive side, I don't think I've been this creative in a very, very long time.