Directed by: Hal Ashby
Written by: Warren Beatty, Robert Towne
Starring: Warren Beatty, Julie Christie, Goldie Hawn, Lee Grant
Seanbaby: Shampoo is considered a groundbreaking movie because it was so instrumental in getting more hoo-ha included in mainstream cinema. Which is why it's strange the AFI liked it-- they usually only get aroused from 200 year old men hitting each other with fish and tripping. And, of course, mummy balls.
Fun Motherfucking Fact: Shampoo came out at a time where you could take any movie, add the word "Black" to it, and replace all the scenes with white people with scenes of white people getting their asses kicked. So obviously, the main reason we didn't include Shampoo in our list is because Black Shampoo is superior in every motherfucking way. Plus, its tagline of "He's bad... he's mean.... he's a lovin' machine," is the exact text of Erik's birth certificate.
Directed by: Leo McCarey
Written by: Bert Kalmar, Nat Perrin, Harry Ruby, Arthur Sheekman
Starring: Marx Brothers
Above left: a "coprolite," the fossilized fecal matter of the American Film Institute.
Above right: burrito supreme.
Seanbaby: I never really liked Duck Soup as much as Black Duck Soup and I thought Chinaman Duck Soup had way better speedboat chases.