If you like when 'SNL' skits cross over into the big screen, talk about 'MacGruber.'

It gave us "Wayne's World" &#8230; and "The Blues Brothers." The lastest <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ENTTV00000001" title="Saturday Night Live (tv program)" href="/topic/entertainment/television/saturday-night-live-%28tv-program%29-ENTTV00000001.topic">"Saturday Night Live"</a> sketch-turned-movie was courtesy of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB0000009069" title="Will Forte" href="/topic/entertainment/will-forte-PECLB0000009069.topic">Will Forte</a>'s character MacGruber in May. It's silly, yes, but with characters with names like Dieter Von Cunth ( <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB002792" title="Val Kilmer" href="/topic/entertainment/val-kilmer-PECLB002792.topic">Val Kilmer</a>), who cares? Throw in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB0017764478" title="Kristen Wiig" href="/topic/entertainment/television/kristen-wiig-PECLB0017764478.topic">Kristen Wiig</a> (whose character has a tendency to break into song) and a celery stalk and it's comedy gold, on DVD. (Tuesday)

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It gave us "Wayne's World" … and "The Blues Brothers." The lastest "Saturday Night Live" sketch-turned-movie was courtesy of Will Forte's character MacGruber in May. It's silly, yes, but with characters with names like Dieter Von Cunth ( Val Kilmer), who cares? Throw in Kristen Wiig (whose character has a tendency to break into song) and a celery stalk and it's comedy gold, on DVD. (Tuesday)

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