As if we needed another reason to be a fan of long-time TV animation (The Simpsons and Futurama) and Wreck-It Ralph director Rich Moore, he has created a new 30-minute mockumentary about love, fame, and the Fix It Felix Jr. arcade game.
Garlan Hulse: Where Potential Lives follows the story of a man who, 30 years ago, became the all-time high scoring champ of the (fictional, of course) Fix It Felix Jr. arcade game, only to have his record smashed by his best friend six weeks later. The grown-up version of Garlan, hilariously played by Wreck-It Ralph screenwriter Phil Johnston, gets a second chance to beat the record and to truly discover “where potential lives.” It’s silly, sarcastic fun. Watch it and let us know what you think in the comments below.
Superb. The guy that plays Garlan was awesome
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