The edgy pranksters of Harvard’s National Lampoon mock off-limits topics like sex, religion, and politics in Sex, Drugs, Rock 'n' Roll, and the End of the World.
In a series of short skits, we get a socialist Jane Fonda redistributing Oscars to the "working man", a reincarnated Marilyn Monroe on an evangelical talk show curing lame men, and Mr. Rogers in the role of a warmongering President of the United States.
This rude, take-no-prisoners comedy is highlighted by spot-on celebrity impersonations (including Bob Dylan, in a surprisingly enjoyable musical parody).
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