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Ping Pong, Shaolin soccer, the eye, the simpsons, sex and the city, desperate housewives, denver the last dinosaur, The Adventures of TinTin, Cowboy Bebop. I love voice actors, in particular Pat Fraley, Nancy Cartwright, Colin O' Meara and Susan Roman. I think those guys are very talented.
The Waterdance (1992)
Great early 90s movie
I recently got the chance to view "The Waterdance", and quite liked it. I don't really understand why its called that as there isn't really any dancing going on there, except maybe for the dancing at the strip club near the end. We are introduced to the main characters throughout the movie, invalids in a hospital. The story shows a love affair between a physically sisabled guy and a healthy woman, which is a very sweet story.Unfortunately, you don't get to see movies like that today. Im not "stuck in a time warp", im not saying that everything during the 80s and early 90s was better than today, but I really think the movie industry is deteriorating and there's much we can learn from old movies-by old movies i mean anything from 1920-1998.
The Garbage Pail Kids Movie (1987)
controversially pleasantly surprised
Being a former film studies student and film buff, it is my job to check out all the films on the planet(all that is, except yellow movies): famous or not, good or bad, depressing or funny,most recent, A-list Blockbusters, or ones I have read reviews about, specially a movie like "The Garbage Pail Kids movie", a very 80s movie which has been trashed a number of times, so many in fact, that i HAD to check it out myself, just to see what all the hub-bub was about. Surprisingly enough, i didn't see what the big deal was. It's not exactly top stuff, i must admit, but at the same time it doesn't really deserve a prize for "Worst Movie". I can see why not everybody would enjoy it-even if you are a true fan of the Garbage Pail Kids trading cards, it could have the opposite effect on you and make you hate it, as many fans seemingly do. Unlike their portrayal on the gross cards, the kids in the movie are not as disgusting, quite the opposite-i personally found them to be hilarious and actually adorable, me, who hated the cards so much that i threw the 2 ones i found then forgot about them. If i had been born a couple of decades earlier, i may even have been one of those parents who disapproved of their kids GPK cards collection. Reading reviews which trashed the movie I did get quite a negative impression of it, but nevertheless decided to watch it myself before passing severe judgement on it. Although gross, I found this movie quite amusing (and I'm somebody who HATES gross stuff). I'm an 80s kid myself so this nostalgic movie appealed to me. The kids are portrayed by midget actors in costumes, which made it more interesting and more creative than the dreaded CGI effects of today (sorry to anyone who does like CGI, this is my personal opinion).I recommend this movie to the nostalgic or for people with broad tastes in film, which would accommodate this wacky 80s kids movie.
Denver, the Last Dinosaur (1988)
Wonderful Childhood Memory :)
hello all Denver fans!
i couldn't agree more with you guys! This show was so cool and cute, i i watched it as a kid in the late 80s. Among Denver are other favourite too, such as Care Bears and Rainbow Brite. I am 24 now, but it is still one of my favourite shows, and my favourite cartoon from the 80s. It brings back all the memories. The theme tune was great too, i get goosebumps whenever i hear it. It is sad that it lasted such a short time, but it has remained a firm favourite. Its great that i am not alone and that there are people out there who liked it too. This is one of the cartoon shows i shall keep for future generations.
Viva Denver! :)