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The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985)
An ode to the movies
The Purple Rose of Cairo is a must-see film for movie lovers. There has probably been no greater fantasy that weaves fantasy and real life together on film. The romanticism of old Hollywood is obvious and felt deeply.
This Is Spinal Tap (1984)
Smell the (g)love
"This Is Spinal Tap" is the perfect balance of music, comedy, and mockumentary that could not have been made at a different time. I also love spotting all the cameos of celebrities in wonderful parts. This movie always puts a smile on my face every time I watch it.
Bound for Glory (1976)
Keeps the spirit of Woody alive.
Like most movie bios, Bound For Glory takes many creative liberties. However, this is still a wonderful film that truly captures the spirit of Woody Guthrie and the Dust Bowl era. David Carradine is brilliantly cast as Woody Guthrie.
Modern Times (1936)
Probably the most relevant film ever
"Modern Times" was "1984" before Orwell wrote "1984." A prophecy of "The Machine" overtaking society, yet Chaplin's trademark humor is on top of its game and woven together brilliantly with the message of the film. Apart from "Schindler's List", "Modern Times" might possibly be the most relevant film ever.
Forrest Gump (1994)
Most overrated movie of all time
Tom Hanks is a wonderful actor but he didn't deserve the Oscar. Anyone could have done that. In fact, it's blasphemy this movie won best picture especially over Shawshank Redemption or Pulp Fiction. Forrest Gump is too saccharine and the quotes are too annoying and simple.