If my brother Stephen found out about this holiday,he wouldn't just milk it for all its worth,but he'd also kill it afterwards and cook and eat the beef.This makes me wonder if we all have a "Steve" in our lives who thinks they deserve special treatment.My favorite part was when the Steves became friends.Does that mean they want to be pampered together?If so,I feel sorry for their friends/servants.I wouldn't be surprised if this is followed by Steves Annihilation Day.
I am Steve, and I appreciate this.
The one thing this movie gets wrong though is that there are not many Steves, but one Steve. While it may appear that there are many, the reality is that the one Steve spans across many forms for mortals to all share in the delight of the Steve experience. Otherwise the whole world would not be graced by the presence of Steve.
Incidentally, if you have met a Steve who is a total jerkface, he is a pretender. The true Steve is a gentleman and your best friend. The pretenders, or anti-Steve faction, is a worldwide group who seeks to sully the name of Steve because they are jelly.
The art could've been better, less solid I suppose is the term. I like the idea, though. And the steveoff was pure genius.
Not bad. I feel ur current score is a little low for the quality of this so I'll help and up vote you!