>Fire in the Sky-true (nah) story of a bunch of loggers seeing a UFO in the forest and one of them being sucked up into it and disappearing >for a while.
Oh no no no, this wasn't scary--I laughed my ass off at this movie when I was like 11!!! And gawd--D. B. Sweeney wasn't much of an actor, huh? Like John Cusack's dumbass kid brother.
>The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane-well, I certainly didn't know THIS movie existed!
>and a scary turn by Martin Sheen as a hamster-killing pedophile too. good find, except there's (body-doubled, but still) child nudity >that probably wasn't necessary.
Uh, I didn't know it existed either, and the idea of her killing her mom is interesting (especially since she was in Freaky Friday) but I uh do not want to look up a movie that has kid nudity in it.
>The Golden Child-Eddie Murphy completely underwhelming fare
I mostly thought this movie was corny as a kid, especially the godafwul stop motion animation when Tywin Lannister turns into that skeleton devil thing. The Asian girl was hot though!
The Fog - The only one of John Carpenter's classic run that I've never seen.
>Anaconda-campy as all hell with Voight's sleazy accented snake-hunter being the only >real highlight. he gets eaten at the end and then spit out and then before he keels over he >winks at JLO.
Owen Wilson got killed off a lot in his early movie roles. Go laugh at his death in The Haunting (but don't watch the whole movie, it's godawful.)
I always thought this movie was pretty embarrassing. The scenes between Ice Cube and the stuffy British guy from Titanic are so bad I wanted to kill myself.
Voight's Mission: Impossible comback seemed to mostly transform him into one of America's hammiest villain actors. Like a low rent Dennis Hopper. He was a bad guy in later seasons of 24 and that didn't work either.
Never saw the whole movie but the bus craning thing was pretty dumb. Travolta was I think trying to clean up his reputation after Battlefield Earth wasn't he?
>The Runaways-with Dakota Fanning as Cherie Currie and Kristen Stewart as Joan Jett.
Michael Shannon walked away with this movie--all of his scenes as biggest-dickhead-in-rock Kim Fowley are classic ("DOG S***!!!!!!") The Currie-Jett relationship is honestly pretty generic stuff for a rock biopic and I don't think the actresses really did much of anything interesting with it either. Also for all their "historical importance" (harg), "Cherry Bomb" is a REALLY stupid song, one I don't even like on an ironic level, like a Bikini Kill song in 1975.
>WarGames-Broderick and Sheedy (already too old to be playing high school students) in this kids almost causing World War 3 thriller.
Classic film. Love the 80s computers (if I'd been a kid in 1983 I'd have done that whole phone-dialing thing every day, like an idiot) and the Broderick character is supposed to be so addicted to computers that he slacks off at school. What do you mean Sheedy and Broderick were too old? They were both about 21. It's 27 year olds playing teens that bother me.
>I Know What You Did Last Summer-JLH, SMG, FPJ and Ryan Phillippe run over a guy and then dump >his body in the ocean,
I was the world's biggest Scream fanatic when this came out and I didn't even like it back then. Never saw the sequel. I don't think very many people are watching Kevin Williamson's non-Scream works these days (certainly I never liked any of them--Halloween H20 was another huge disappointment.)
Note: none of the four main actors in the movie are famous anymore.