It insists upon itself
It insists upon itself...this is unequivocally the best line the Family Guy's Peter Griffin has ever delivered. Don't get me wrong...I guffaw mean-spiritedly at people who quote pop culture to make up for their own lack of charisma, but this one is different. It's poignant.
Why don't you like the $10,000 plastic chair next to the vodka luge? It insists upon itself. Why won't you wait in line for that cigar and whiskey bar? It insists upon itself. Why don't you like that feature-length, silent, avant-garde film? It's too fucking long and boring...and it insists upon itself.
I am starting a movement. One where heavy-handed intellectualism, material elitism and inane hipsterism is called out and bitch slapped in the street. I know "keepin' it real" is an early 90's concept and that we're still focussing on the late eighties; however, there's nothing wrong with being an early adopter.
SOMETHING THAT DOES NOT INSIST UPON ITSELF:
Based on Yasutaka Tsutsui's 1993 novel, the film Paprika is an awesome visual orgy and I command you to see it.