Remember my first blog about the movies that I'm embarrassed to love? Fair is fair! Well, I have more. Lots more. Here's just a few of them. You can laugh at me later.
The Burbs. This was when Tom Hanks was still thin and Corey Feldman was still cool. I think my brother and I have watched this movie over 100 times, and it just gets funnier. One of the best parts? The dramatic pan to every one's eyes- including the dog's. Remember? I watched this movie again just the other day, and as an adult living in the burbs, I saw it from a whole new perspective. Awesome.
Defending Your Life. A place where you get to see who your were in a former life and you get to eat all you want without gaining any weight? Be still my beating heart. Albert Brooks is a brilliant comedic writer and this movie guarantees me a laugh every time. I never get sick of watching it.
Real Genuis. A young, hot Val Kilmer. Smart men. Lots of popcorn. A true 80s classic with totally tubular 80s music. Need I say more?
Coming to America. The husband and I are constantly quoting from this movie. Bark like a dog. Woof! Woof! Bark like a little dog. Arf! arf! Sexual Chocolate. Damn, that boy's good!
Dream a Little Dream. Back when the Coreys weren't addicts yet and I was just a kid wanting to be the girl in the movie. What was her name? I remember being insanely jealous of her huge boobs. Nice the things that I obsessed about, eh? Or remember that song...Rock On by Michael Damian. Sweet. I'd still sing that shit in the car with the windows rolled down. I'm not ashamed.