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Urban Legends: Final Cut (2000)
I don't understand how people think this was bad! Sure, number one was better, but this one wasn't terrible! Sure, an urban legends movie about making an urban legends movie is a little weird, but I enjoyed it to a certain amount. And you have to love the opening scene! Its Tara Reid all over again. I had to watch her die again and again!
But if you don't like number two, make sure you've seen number one first. It's much better. And if you want to make fun of Urban Legends, make fun of number three. The numbers really do indicate how good or bad they are, 1 being the best.
7/10. Not terrible.
Muppet Treasure Island (1996)
Best Childhood Memory
I remember when I was 5 I picked up this video from the local Video Ezy because I had the game of it (It's actually very good. Hehe, "100 Pieces of Cheese on the Wall!") and my mum said Tim Curry was a good actor (Which is true, I love Scary Movie 2, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Even the Wild Thornberrys isn't half bad!). So we hired it and I watched it.
I think we didn't return it for five months.
It's such a beautiful movie. I still cry sometimes when I think of the scene where Kermit and Miss Piggy are hanging off the cliff and signing "Love Lead us Here." I still know all the lyrics and I haven't seen this movie for over seven years. I've sworn that it will be played at my wedding! It's just so beautiful.
It may be hard to find depending on your area (I know I can't find it anymore!) but If you can get your hands on it, its worth a watch. Just make sure you can handle a teary love scene (I don't get teary eyed in movies, but like I said even *thinking* of that scene makes me cry!). Best Muppet Movie made, 2nd is definitely "A Muppet Christmas Carol." Also worth a watch.
PS: If you enjoyed Pirates of the Caribbean, Tim Curry makes a much better pirate than Johnny Depp.