Napoleon daydreams his way through school, doodling ligers and fantasy creatures, and reluctantly deals with the various bullies who torment him, particularly the obnoxious sports jock, Don.
Napoleon likes to make up stories about himself while having a sullen and aloof attitude.
He uses the visiting opportunity to team up with Kip in a get-rich-quick scheme to sell numerous items door-to-door.
Kip wants money to visit his Internet girlfriend La Fawnduh, while Rico believes riches will help him get over his failed dreams of NFL stardom and the loss of his girlfriend.
Might as well do somethin' while you're doing nothin'.
Ten years ago, a little indie comedy shot in Idaho burst into the mainstream and made Napoleon Dynamite a household name. ”-Napoleon (Jon Heder)To this day, if I’m making dinner for someone, I will announce that it’s ready by calling them the name of a llama, shoving a spoonful of my cooking in their face and yelling at them to eat their food. Unfortunately for him, Kip doesn’t really know how they work. ”-Napoleon Sometimes life is hard and you have to wake up in the morning and do awful, adult things like go to work, do laundry, and pay bills. So when some blowhard asks you what you’re going to do with your day (implying that anything other that total productiveness would be a waste of your life), you tell ’em “Whatever I feel like, GOSH!
Kip: Because she doesn't NEED any, that's why! [Uncle Rico puts his fist down, then swats a fly] Uncle Rico: You're up Kip. [makes gesture of putting on a vest] Kip: I'm just really trying to raise a few bucks now so I can bring her out for a few days.
Kip: Napoleon, don't be jealous that I've been chatting online with babes... Besides, we both know that I'm training to be a cage fighter.
Kip: I said come down here and see what happens if you try and hit me.
and watched a 0,000 indie flick become a worldwide sensation. ” Your first glimpse of Napoleon comes on a school bus, where he impatiently answers an innocent question about what he’s going to do today with this bit of wisdom.
Much of the credit goes to the flick’s unforgettable dialogue, and here are 10 of the best lines in the movie.