There must’ve been something in the water in Hollywood during the 80s and 90s. For a short and glorious period of time, those magic makers and dream weavers who create films were able to achieve something almost unfathomable. They made being a kid even better than it already was. They
I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love coming-of-age movies about rag-tag misfit preteens on an adventure. Perhaps this is because I, like many others, was a certified street-kid– my childhood pretty much consisted of my neighbors and me playing Home Run Derby in the abandoned lot at the end of
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The summer movie series is about as ubiquitous in NYC as the chicken bones that mysteriously litter our sidewalks. But! There is only one that is on a ship. And not just any ship, an effing WAR SHIP. How many times can you say you watched E.T. on a retired
In the past few years I’ve been giving people in my family DVDs as gifts. Whether it be a season of The Wire for Hanukah or a copy of The Goonies for a birthday, DVDs have seemed to be a pretty solid bet (especially since I’m not crafty enough to
The Goonies is probably my favorite movie of all time. It’s got everything: action, adventure, romance, pirates and that terrifying old lady. As I get older my favorite scene changes currently it’s where Mouth (played by Corey Feldman) is giving a tour of the house, in Spanish, to the new