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Illegally Yours (1988)
A classic comedy that "pays homage to the screwball comedies of the '30s and '40s".
This film is a forgotten classic that is better than most of the movies made today. The story involves Rob Lowe as a guy called for jury duty and he finds that the defendant accused of attempted murder is his first love - Colleen Camp - from first grade. The story itself is nothing exceptional, but the writing is excellent and highly original. Interestingly, this film also demonstrates the comedic acting ability of Rob Lowe - which is very good; by extension, Rob Lowe is a very good actor generally, as comedic acting is the most difficult to master. This film has excellent acting throughout, and the story and some of the settings keep you attracted to the movie from beginning to end, unlike many of the insipid movies of today that rely almost solely on stories revolving around immorality and obnoxious acting (Will Ferrell, for example). Colleen Camp, Rob Lowe, and Kim Myers are great in this movie and their acting styles keep you glued to the story. Oh, and yes, this one is a must-see for Colleen Camp fans.
Freddy possesses 1428 Elm St's new tenant to have him do his dirty work
This sequel is better than the original Nightmare, contrary to popular and critical opinion - sure it has a couple of cheesy parts, but when you watch the first one, you find that there are many more cheesy parts than in Part 2. Part 2 is also scarier and has better acting. Heather Langenkamp is good in the first one, but overall, 2 is superior in acting and in creep effect. It has a darker storyline, and the two lead actors Mark Patton and Kim Myers are very good in adding to the overall creepiness of the story with their very convincing performances. I think Part 2 is the scariest of all seven of the Nightmare movies - but, on an overall objective scale, New Nightmare is probably the best-made of them all... But 2 is the most entertaining, especially if you're a horror fan! Also, Kim Myers is great!