Movie Style Guy: Escape Guantanamo

These days it seems like if you can’t express it on a t-shirt, its not even worth talking about. Clever and, more frequently, not-so-clever t-shirts can be found on about two billion different websites and shirts emblazoned with your favorite movies are a dime a dozen. But that doesn’t mean they’re not cool! You can easily integrate a few of these into your wardrobe for a cheap laugh and a topical conversation starter.

With the release of the newest Harold & Kumar featuring the lovely vacation resort known as Guantanamo Bay, perhaps you’d even want to go to this show in style. T-Shirt Insurgency, and others, invite you to “come for the beaches” and “stay for the waterboarding.” Zing.

If politics isn’t quite your thing, track down t-shirts related to your favorite shows. To compliment my on-again off-again relationship with my mustache, I tracked down a sweet Magnum, PI t-shirt. You can also emblazon yourself with your favorite Top Gun identity tee. Call me Wolfman. Heck, I’m on the verge of enlisting in COBRA, as they get the sweetest t-shirts.

You don’t want to completely nerd out and only wear these shirts, or else you’ll be ‘that guy.’ But if you are ‘that guy’ then go right ahead and keep being you, brother. Movies are awesome. Movies are relatable. There is nothing wrong with wearing your joys on your sleeve for the world to see. So ditch the polo once in awhile, popped collar guy, and let your Goonies obsession show through.

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