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I respect your opinion, but I don't agree with it. From that list, I liked Die Hard, Big, Midnight Run, They Live, Above the Law, and Coming to...
Working Girl is the best movie of 1988, and Rain Man is nowhere near as good.
That's unpopular? I've mostly read rave reviews. But I prefer Live and Let Die, which is my favorite Bond movie. Now, that's unpopular.
E.T.: The Extra-Terrestial (1982)
Harry and the Hendersons (1987)
I believe this applies to horror and thriller too, because I always thought it was what we didn't see that kept us on the edge of our seats.
Harry and the Hendersons (1987) is way underrated.
I picked my real favorite, and that's Poltergeist, which is my favorite movie of all time. Period.
I see some edge enhancement in this shot.
My thoughts exactly. It's just not believable.
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Outside of maybe Hellraiser, no other franchise, in my opinion, took such a nose dive into utter...
Jerry Goldsmith's Poltergeist
John Williams' Jaws
Brad Fiedel's The Terminator
John Carpenter's Halloween
I was bored with the original as well. I nearly fell asleep watching the frickin' trailer.
When I think of a classic, I think of a movie that's at least 20 years old with a great plot with real meaning to it, a well-written script,...
You son of a bitch! You're sick. You know that?
DVDfanatic-9's the first person on my ignore list.