Directed by: Woody Allen
Written by: Woody Allen, Marshall Brickman
Starring: Woody Allen, Diane Keaton,
Erik: Woody Allen is the thinking man's Billy Crystal who in turn is Albert Brooks for imbeciles. As bad as that sounds - and if you don't count Billy Crystal - all three of them make funny, jews-aren't-good-at-anything, gefilte fish out of water movies. I like Sleeper a lot more than the AFI does. The IFLS list will eventually provide proof of that statement, but in the meantime, I'll give you a secret preview: *we* ranked Sleeper higher than Mr. Blanding Builds His
Directed by: Mike Hodges
Written by: Michael Allin, Alex Raymond, Lorenzo Semple Jr.
Starring: Sam J. Jones, Max Von Sydow, Topol, Timothy Dalton
Erik: Leave it to the foxy Calculando Calrissian 2000 to find a movie for spot 80 that's not only about the future, but is funnier by accident than every comedy made before 1960 is on purpose. If the CC2K ever decides to use it's power for good or evil instead of just for calculating lists of names, the world will become either a much
better or much, much worse place respectively.
Seanbaby: I love Flash Gordon so much that I made a page entirely about it and Bloodsport. But that was back when I could barely form a sentence without sounding like an idiot.
Erik: That doesn't help narrow down the date, Sean.
Seanbaby: Don't Tango-and-Cash me, dickhead.