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Highly Questionable (2011)
My favorite show ever on ESPN.
Papi is the star of the show. Highly Questionable is the best show that ESPN has ever had.
Not only that, Dan is a star too because his radio show is just gold.
Rules were meant to be broken.
Man did all Yu-Gi-Oh break on this. Awesome characters and awesome transitions of graphics and very good storyline. Diva was on to something and yet, despite being enemies, Yugi and Kaiba ended up working together to save their dimensions and planet.
But Kaiba had a screwed up station that shot to space! Like WTF?! Anyways, very enjoyable but a fair warning here, its nothing like the old days of the Yu Gi Oh! TV series.
Go watch it if you can.
It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
One of the best classics ever.
NBC shows this movie every year and I can see why... its one the best classic movies that's out there.
This is one of Jimmy Stewart's best movies and it can relate to my life in various ways I cried at the ending of the movie once he found his angel and the twinkle. Produced and made brillantly!
Great family movie.
For those who are looking to relive a movie that all kids can enjoy and if you've been enjoying the Cars franchise, then come back to the beginning and enjoy this one. I enjoyed it very much and has become somewhat of a cultural phenomenon with the kids back then and as long as new Cars movies come out, it will still be.
It hasn't hold up to me as much which is why I gave it a 9, but its still recommended by me to watch and to do so with the kids.
Family Guy (1999)
My favorite show ever.
I've seen every episode, I've heard of every joke and I've been using a lot of its references to my horrific failures. Nonetheless, I will continue to watch it for as long as the show continues to be around.
Planet Earth II (2016)
The most breaktaking views anywhere on any medium.
Planet Earth II gives you amazing stunning views of nature and the world that we live. David is just a brilliant narrator and only the BBC can provide us with something amazing like Planet Earth II. If you can binge-watch it all over again, I would recommend doing so.
Star Wars (1977)
An ultimate classic that still holds up.
It's 2018 and I just watched it for the very first time. Yes, I am late.
But after watching it, I realized why it was an instant classic. The cinematography was great and the music is the reason why John Williams is one of the best musical composers of our time, bar none. Just amazing.
If you have still yet to see Star Wars, I won't judge you. Just go watch it. Absolutely amazing.