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Star Wars

Star Wars

What more can be said, about Star Wars? It's quite simply just a great film that can be viewed over and over and over again. I don't want to even admit to how many times I've purchased this film. And now, I've gotten Greg hooked on the Trilogy. I was even coerced into buying him a toy light saber that he brandishes about, while watching the film. The new generation!

The Empire Strikes Back

The Empire Strikes Back

Definitely the best movie of the original Star Wars trilogy. The script allowed the characters to develop, especially Han Solo, into something more than the somewhat cardboard cutouts they were portrayed to be in the first film. It's always been somewhat upsetting to me how bad Return of the Jedi was, in comparison.

The Abyss

The Abyss - Special Edition

After having seen the original Abyss, I wasn't really all that thrilled with it. It was an OK movie, on the cable Pan and Scan, TV version I watched. It wasn't until I purchased The Abyss-Special Edition, and finally viewed the movie as James Cameron had intended it that I realized what a special treat this movie truly is. An added treat on the SE/LD is the hour-long "making of" documentary.

Silent Running

Silent Running

I remember first seeing this movie in 1972, when it was playing at the Drive-In theater I worked at, when in high school. An incredible movie, which has stood the test of time very well. The special effects are dated, somewhat, but the story is what carries this fine film.

Colossus - The Forbin Project

Colossus - The Forbin Project

Colossus was made back when movies weren't required to have the obligatory "happy ending." And during a time when a computer had to occupy an entire structure, instead of sitting here, on our desktop. Starring Eric Braeden (JJ Astor, in Titanic) it's an incredible film.

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Last Updated Tuesday, September 17, 2002