Sagittarians (November 22 – December 21) march to the beat of their own drums. They have big dreams, a weird sense of humor, and they just won’t let society lock them into a boring life. If you’re a Sagittarius, you’re probably a pleasure to be around (most of the time). Sympathetic but wise and unpredictable, people born under this sun sign are free spirits who can put those who are more hurt at ease. However, their impulsiveness, outlandish ideas, and lack of decorum can be frustrating in certain circumstances. When looking to unwind with a good movie, Sagittarians like options that are on their wavelength, and those are usually offbeat comedies.
Adam McKay’s 2008 film “Step Brothers” stars Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly as the stunted adult children of a newlywed couple in their golden years. Brennan and Dale, with their refusal to conform and their wild ambitions for their ill-thought-out company, Prestige Worldwide, epitomize everything people love and abhor in a Sagittarius. “Step Brothers” is one of the funniest and most quoted comedies of the 2000s. Meanwhile, one of the funniest and most quoted films of all the time is 1975’s “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” an unapologetically silly series of serially connected sketches that completely leave Arthurian legends airing. One can totally imagine a Sagittarius impersonating Lancelot and pretending to ride a horse with only two coconut halves. A more obscure play is “So I Married an Ax Murderer” by Mike Myers. This dark 1993 romantic comedy is one of the SNL alum’s lesser-known films, but fans of the comedian can see in it the seeds of what would become Myers’ later cinematic hallmarks.