Alright this thread was inspired by a few other threads recently where people mentioned Napoleon Dynamite as either good or bad. I don't think it' possible to "tolerate" Napoleon Dynamite. You either appreciate it or you don't. I for one appreciate it. It was very unique and was just the right mix of extremely dry humor and moderately dry humor. I'm a big fan of "The Office", and Napoleon Dynamite has a similar type of humor. Humor that isn't made obvious during the movie by actors cracking a smile or a laugh track. Nobody points it out as the movie goes but instead it's left completely to the audience to catch the funny parts or ironic situations. If you've only seen it once you will probably hate it. I thought it was pretty much the worst movie ever made when I first watched it. After about 6 months later though I was telling some people about it and realized that I liked it more than I had remembered. I watched it again and it was so much funnier the second time. It's actually quite genius how all of the characters are so well thought out, even to minor movements or the way they are sitting in certain scenes. Sure the haters will just say it's a lame movie without a plot, but that's the whole point. It's just a slice of dry life and isn't meant to be overly funny. It's meant to be one of those movies that you have to rewind periodically as you realize something hilarious just happened. Not the type of movie where the comedy is handed to you on a plate. I mean come on now: Either you love it or you hate it. Which category are you?