Kinda disappointing, but at least that's one mystery cleared up.
I've seen the great majority of these--I've missed the two 50's entries--and I enjoyed almost all the ones I've seen. (Lucky Logan not, but maybe I didn't pay enough attention.)
I'd count myself a (mild) rom-com hater, and I've seen half the films on this list. Of those, I enjoyed Broadcast News and--a little--Modern Romance, but the rest, not so much.
"Being famous and broke is a shitty combination." If this is even half true, it's an amazing story.
Link courtesy of Michael Greenspan.
Interview with Mel.
According to the piece, credit for the innovation belongs to The Graduate, Easy Rider, and, of course, Mean Streets.
My wife and I really enjoyed it. And we think Gary Oldman deserved his Oscar.
This summer will be the 30th anniversary of Die Hard. When I first saw it and a couple of times since then, I thought it was just a really fine way to spend two hours. Cleverly written and well acted.
I remember when I first got cable and a premium channel there would be a movie almost as good every week. Boy, was I wrong.