Napoleon Dynamite

Napoleon Dynamite
Napoleon Dynamite

Year

2004

Duration

88 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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With his unruly mop of curly hair, bad glasses and strange clothes, Napoleon Dynamite does not fit the mould of a popular kid in school. Add his strange brother, slacker uncle and a couple of pet llamas, and he is about as far from cool as you can get. But in this funny and endearing film, Napoleon shows how if you refuse to be labelled as a loser, you can eventually win on your terms.

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This film has several uses of mild bad language

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