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Out Cold-Stars Jason London, Lee Majors, Willie Garson, Zach Galifianakis, David Koechner.

Snowboarding buddies Rick (Jason London), Luke (Zach Galifianakis), Anthony (Flex Alexander) and Pig Pen (Derek Hamilton) are living large on Alaska's Bull Mountain. Partying hard, looking for girls, and doing just about anything to have a good time is what life on Bull Mountain is all about. But when town founder Papa Muntz dies, his son Ted (Willie Garson) decides to sell the mountain to slick colorado ski mogul John Majors (Lee Majors). Everyone is bummed by his plans to turn the boarding mountain into an espresso-and-tofu ski resort, and it's up to our heroes - along with Major's beautiful, rebellious daughters, Inga and Anna - to keep Bull Mountain yuppie free. (90 minutes)

IN MY OPINION-Very funny movie, lots of laughs. P.S. advertising for this movie sucked.

Overall Rating= 8.6

Save the Last Dance-Stars Julia Stiles, Sean Patrick Thomas, Bianca Lawson, Fredro Starr, and Kerry Washington.

Sara Johnson (Stiles) is forced to move from her quiet Midwestern town to her father's ghetto apartment on the south side of Chicago. The stark urban environment's contrast of race and class compound Sara's loss and her misplaced guilt. But when she meets Derek (Sean Patrick Thomas), a popular black student with a passion for hip hop and a future brighter than his troubled past, her repressed ambition and sorrow are released through a revitalized interest in the cathartic and expressive power of dance.

IN MY OPINION-WORST MOVIE EVER. I've been forced to watch some pretty lame movies, but this is ridiculus. The bases for a 0.0

Overall Rating= 0.0

Ferris Bueller's Day Off-Stars Matthew Broderick, Mia Sara, Alan Ruck, Jeffrey Jones, and Edie McClurg.

Ferris Bueller (Matthew Broderick) is a tricky but harmless fast-talker. But he knows how to have fun, which is exactly what he sets out to do when he feigns illness and talks his parents into letting him stay home from school. The perpetually lucky Ferris enlists his hypochondriac best friend, Cameron Frye (Alan Ruck), into springing his girlfriend, Sloane Peterson (Mia Sara), from class, and the three embark on a raucous downtown Chicago adventure. From Wrigley Field to the Art Institute of Chicago to a German pride parade, Ferris and his friends make the most of their day off. But Ferris, Sloane, and Cameron might not get away with playing hooky. Ferris’s sister, Jeanie (Jennifer Grey), is determined to prove that Ferris is faking sick and make him pay for it, and the bumbling school dean, Ed Rooney (Jeffrey Jones), is sure that Ferris is pulling a fast one. Another classic from writer-director John Hughes (SIXTEEN CANDLES, THE BREAKFAST CLUB), this film features a star turn from Broderick as the charismatic Ferris. Watch for Charlie Sheen as the juvenile delinquent in the police station and comedian Louie Anderson in a brief appearance as a flower deliveryman.

IN MY OPINION-Probably the best movie of the eighties. Its only contenders are Star Wars and The Breakfast Club and I'm not even sure if they were made in the eighties.font>

Overall Rating= 9.4

Whipped-Stars Amanda Peet, Brian Van Holt, Judah Domke, Zorie Barber, and Jonathan Abrahams.

Three men who think they are god's gift to women all end up dating the same woman. (85 minutes)

IN MY OPINION-the critics hated it, but who cares. This movie had people talking and acting like real people would. It was refreshing.

Overall Rating= 8.6


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