That cliché adjustment where Americans turn into weirdo adaptations of Europeans after one trip overseas is true. I wouldn’t lie to you. I can’t make it up because I’m an example of it, so is my inner circle of friends. Every now and then though, you have those anomalies of humanity that embody the seminal metamorphosis of Victor from The Rules of Attraction. It was a pretty epic scene recapping his experience in fast motion, so much that it spawned a similar (and equally good) version of it in Marley & Me. Eight years later, Kip Pardue, the guy who played the pond skipping Victor in the 2002 flick, has shown life hasn’t changed since he first showed what life was like in the fast lane.
KIP PARDUE REVISITS THE RULES OF ATTRACTION
MEET VICTOR FROM THE RULES OF ATTRACTION