Walking High was a critically acclaimed drama film released to theatres in 2004 that told a story of a man and his quest to find his true inner confidence, and also a dead body he heard about that didn't really exist.
AND SUDDENLY, THE SKY BEGAN TO SHAKE. NEVER BEFORE HAD THE SKY TAKEN YOUR MOM FOR A RIDE ON THE STARSHIP MYSTERY TOUR.
Once again the letter c was no longer in use because the mighty Keyboard Of The Gods (but not this keyboard) had long since failed them. The gods grew angry and for some reason demanded a sacrifice of sheep. Sheep, you see, had recently become sentient and gained the ability to walk upright, and had left the villagers' farms some time ago, and were, thanks to millions of years of evolution (or research dollars, it is not clear), able to sense the anger of the gods, making the task of the villagers that much harder. The villagers had tried everything to penetrate the fortress of sheepitude, pleading, begging, free cookies, even attacking it from time to time. But not a single sheep's blood hit the altar.
And so, the villagers sent their strongest champion to challenge the gods.
The film is known for it's record low income in theatres and abysmal reviews and ratings. Some critics went as low to say "The acting was like a bunch of wax dummies, and some were worse." This, however, was more than likely due to the fact that all of the portrayed characters were wax dummies or cardboard cutouts.