posted on Jan, 20 2018 @ 05:41 PM
Comedy- Elvira mistress of the dark. Always been my favorite movies and never will be replaced. Parents rented it in the 80s for my sister and me back
in the day when kids could watch a movie with a few bad words in it and not have the world implode. And anything slapstick with Leslie Nielsen
Dracula, Naked Gun, or Repossessed which even has Linda Blair whom my family knows so that was always fun. Instead of the stomach turning defiling of
the crucifix, she turns into an ice cream cone instead for the famous, "lick me...LICK ME,' scene. And again, though kids, my sister and I watched it
every day and giggled our butts off when the student in the front row of Father Mayi's class is winking at him and sliding her skirt further and
further up her leg toward her ladyness when he gets uncomfortable and says, "Young lady, would you please pull down your dress," to which she says
excitedly, 'SURE!" Then she reaches UP instead and pulls her dress down so her giant breasts pop out and the point i am making is nobody died, nobody
got all incensed over it, we had a hoot rolling around the floor cracking up, and what do you know, we are normal adults and not into the whole
polyamory, pansexual, or casual sex as a handshake culture that the sheltered millennials see no harm in even though so much of that is suppressed in
theory but splattered all over network television all the same. Hey,my beat friend next door got the Friday the 13th octiliogy for his seventh b-day
that was his favorite again different times. Hmmm. But...also anything Mel Brooks even Charlie Sheen's hot shots or Fatal Instinct, the parody of all
the 90s sexual or infidelity dramas where armband asante wants to kill Sean young because she takes his pet skunk to the roller coaster park.
Suspense/Thriller- The Net. Was such a fun movie I think even though I think anyone under 30 in this day and age who attempted to watch it might not
get why things are happening since its mid 90s internet technology but still I guess just as possible today, assassination of a politician by hacking
into his blood test results and having him believe he has AIDS so he kills himself starting a big domino effect of grief for the lady who found the
back door to the intelligence database of politicians medical files and has a floppy disk (aha already outdated) she must get to someone who believes
her but she is an introvert, hasn't left home in years and works remotely from home and her identity has been wiped out. Wonderful. And even,minority
reports an ok movie. You want a real on the edge of your seat beginning to end too, check out Michael Douglas The Game or Netflix's The Exam. Both
Sci-fi- weird science- is that really sci fi though? Ghost busters. Lord of the rings was done incredibly with such time restraints.
And I guess other than Elvira, my absolute masterpiece movie of all time would be empire records. I suffer from,something I call debilitating
nostalgia though and in fact others have used the same terminology. I ache....ACHE to go back just one single day even to the 80s or earlyvto mid
90s...to a grunge concert or seeing Tiffany at the mall and kbkw what I know now, that it is the best time of your life and it never comes back just
12 hours :_( empire records shows that time just as I loved it.