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  1. Série noire au campus (1988) Heathers (original title) Reference View| Change View R 1h 43min Comedy, Crime 31 Mar 1989 (USA) Movie
  2. According to imdb, it was released in 89 in the US...March to be exact, so it qualifies for this list,
  3. One of the great things about revisiting an entire decade is that you get to go back and kind of ReDiscover a lot of the films that you haven't seen in ages. Sounds like five easy pieces, a lot of the dirty Harry movies, mean Streets taxi driver and so many more are films that I'm going to probably watch again over the next month or so.
  4. You going to try to watch 30 films in the next 3 days LOL? It's due buy Sunday at around midnight. But I'm not going to be a stickler if you handed in a bit late.
  5. and are you simply focussing on the somewhat negative reviews and just completely bypassing all the positive stuff that has been posted already? And since when do critics ever have the pulse of horror movies? They very rarely ever feel the same as a horror audience does.
  6. see this is the kind of knee-jerk head-spinning vomit-inducing reaction to preliminary reviews that just really make me shake my head sometimes. how in the world is this going to be embarrassing? this movie is going to make probably 300 million here and at least 600 million worldwide if not 700 million. That is far from embarrassment. It is a goddamn roaring success.
  7. @tawasal here you go 1) When Harry Met Sally 2) Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade 3) Christmas Vacation 4) Parenthood 5) Say Anything 6) Glory 7) Casualties of War 😎 Driving Miss Daisy 9} Dead Poet's Society 10} Major League I gave her my heart and she gave me a pen. I got a question. If you guys know so much about women, how come you're here at like the Gas 'n' Sip on a Saturday night completely alone drinking beers with no women anywhere? What I really want to do with my life - what I want to do for a living - is I want to be with your daughter. I'm good at it One question: are you here 'cause you need someone, or 'cause you need me?... Forget it, I don't care. (my favourite line of the movie) Mike Cameron: I don't know you very well, you know, but I wanted to ask you - how'd you get Diane Court to go out with you? Lloyd Dobler: I called her up. Mike Cameron: But how come it worked? I mean, like, what are you? Lloyd Dobler: I'm Lloyd Dobler. Mike Cameron: This is great. This gives me hope. Thanks.
  8. I think some of you are getting carried away. The reviews have been fantastic for the most part. There's always going to be some dissenters but that's par for the course.
  9. The 70's imo, was the best decade for horror. The 80's started off really strong for the first five years but then went down hill from there. The 70's were strong from beginning to end. Out of the top 100 films, these horror films are locked to make my list:
  10. Some quick observations: The two biggest films of the year box office wise are getting a lot of love. Joel Silver could have three spots on the countdown, two for sure (or so it looks from the naked eye) Nora Ephron's most famous films is well represented There are a few foreign films making a good run One particular British film that involves full frontal male nudity looks like it is going to make the list Brian dePalma might struggle to make the list but a few more people have made a pitch for him in the last few lists. Red, Wesley, Hub and Sloane's boyfriend whom was spotted by someone at 31 flavours, is also making a good showing. Shitter's full should make the list.
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