When we face the darkest of economic times, it takes a special breed of entertainer to lift our spirits as a nation.
Entertainers who can set aside their own personal fears to help the masses forget theirs.
Entertainers who can break down long-standing taboos thereby changing the direction of an entire industry.
Entertainers who can empathize with the double-edged sword of having opposable thumbs.
That’s right. Much like when an ailing nation, still reeling from an energy crisis and mired in a recession, turned to an orangutan named Clyde and a chimp named Bear, it’s once again time to welcome simian-based humor into our lives.
Let the healing nature of monkeys on film begin.