Wednesday, March 28, 2007

The Thirteenth Submissions

Thirteen is a lucky number around here when Flannery kicks things off...

"The Joy Luck Fight Club"

(The first rule, about "The Joy Luck Fight Club," is that you don't talk to mom, about "The Joy Luck Fight Club." An automatic Hall of Fame lock. Ed)

"Bang The Tin Drum Slowly"

"The Unsinkable Jackie Brown"

"Galaxy Quest for Camelot"

"High Road to Chinatown"

"Breakfast Club At Tiffany's"

"The Incredible Shrinking Hulk Woman"

"I Never Promised You a Secret Rose Garden"

"Romy & Michelle's Rock and Roll High School Reunion"

"Red Dawn of the Dead"

Chris has yet another excellent set

"Better Kiss Me Off Deadly"

"The Wizard Of Osmosis Jones"

"The Singing Detective In The Rain"

"A Hard Day's Night Of The Living Dead"

"Beyond The Seabiscuit"

(Willll-bur, go sail-ing. Ed)

"Any Which Way But Bustin' Loose"

"Permanent Midnight Express"

"Fantastic Four Seasons"

"The Picture Perfect Storm"

Rust never sleeps, Neil Young, and Flannery sleeps even less than that...

"Wild Groundhogs Day"

"Hellraiser III: Motel Hell on Earth"

"Star 80 Wars: Episode III: Porky's Revenge of the Sith"

"Mr. Destiny Turns on the Radio"

"Dr. T and What the Women Want"

"The Sixth Sense and Sensibility"

"Road Trip to Bountiful"

"Kiss Me Goodbye, Mr. Chips"

"She's All That Jazz"

"Secondhand Lions in Winter"


Chris said...

-Better Kiss Me Off Deadly

-The Wizard Of Osmosis Jones

-The Singing Detective In The Rain

-A Hard Day's Night Of The Living Dead

-Beyond The Seabiscuit

-Any Which Way But Bustin' Loose

-Permanent Midnight Express

-Fantastic Four Seasons

-The Picture Perfect Storm

Flannery Alden said...

Wild Groundhogs Day

Hellraiser III: Motel Hell on Earth

Star 80 Wars: Episode III: Porky's Revenge of the Sith

Mr. Destiny Turns on the Radio

Dr. T and What the Women Want

The Sixth Sense and Sensibility

Road Trip to Bountiful

Kiss Me Goodbye, Mr. Chips

She's All That Jazz

Secondhand Lions in Winter

X. Dell said...

Pardon my absence. I've been putting my nose to the grindstone. So my now sharpened nose and I offer:

Footloose Cannons (A tough detective, and his nearly psychotic partner take dancing lessons from Kevin Bacon.)

The Good Earth vs. the Flying Saucers (Our planet is a 20:1 longshot in this Paul Muni vehicle.)

The Urban Legend of Sleepy Hollow (Many people thought Ichabod Crane was a real person.)

Wild, Wild Westworld (Artemus Gordon’s Yul Bryner robots take over a two-horse town.)

Goodbye, Columbus Girl (Richard Dreyfus sneaks out on Buckeye Marsha Mason)

National Lampoon’s Animal House Party (Kid & Play wear togas and dance to the latest hip-hop tunes.)

A Groundhog Day at the Races (February 2, 1932: The Marx Brothers lose over and over again at the track)

Blowup in Smoke (Antonioni investigtes the possibility that he's made a Cheech and Chong movie.)

And Justice for All That Jazz (Pacino does bebop right.)

Paris, Texas Chainsaw Massacre. (Harry Dean Stanton’s murder spree spans two continents.)

Raging Bull Durham (Robert DeNiro gives up boxing for baseball and Susan Sarandon.)

The Man with the Golden Gunfight at O.K. Corral (James Bond’s nemesis goes back in time to take bets on the altercation between the Earps and the Clantons.)