Discussion in 'Community' started by SuperWatto, Jul 15, 2013.
Movie might have aged well but that jpeg sure didn't.
That one thing you didn't like. It's fantastic. I'm amazed anyone ever thought it was bad.
This is just a classic, enduring tale of importance of family. Everyone should watch it with their children.
Independence Day. Haters can suck it.
magnum p.i. when are we going to bring back moustaches and short shorts?
I'm sure I can just pick one. As long as I hit that wire with that connecting hook at precisely 88 miles per hour the instant the lightning hits the tower...everything will be fine.
...Nah, I have too many to list.
ty for going through the effort my good man.
This sixty year old cartoon made my six year old daughter laugh hysterically:
Aside from the fashions and the hairstyles on the women, Robocop still holds up today, and even is still somewhat relevant. Aside from the former, no wonder it's getting a remake.
My kids love Tom and Jerry.
And how old is Sonic the Hedgehog? My oldest lived for that cartoon for awhile.
The Muppet Show
That will probably be funny forever.
I may just keep adding to this one, especially now that I'm on my desktop instead of my phone like earlier and can therefore post links.
And here we have two ageless problems: spilled coffee, and wanting butts.
The Addams Family movie.
Avatar: The Last Airbender
Batman (1990's cartoon series)
Back to the Future!
Kids are probably texting on smartphones when they get bored instead of staring into space and blowing bubbles, and some aspects of this movie are dated, such as the office phones and Jenny's high-top Reeboks and white Fiero (I dated a guy in 1988 who drove a red one).
But this movie is still damn funny.
The Maltese Falcon -- Your uncultured children will not believe that old movies could be this cool.