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High Fidelity

I remember renting this movie but have absolutely no recollection of why. But I'm glad I did. It remains one of my favorite movies of all time. I particularly like the dialog per the "What does it all mean" moments.

Clerks, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back and Clerks II

Clerks I saw on the recommendation of a friend years ago. Since then it's been a fave. J&SBSB was also very funny, as was Clerks II. I liked the latter because they're all Kevin Smith movies and I like his brand of humor.

The Black Hole

I remember this movie scaring the crap out of me as a kid. Like most Disney sci-fi's, the storyline and believability in this film is just bad, but, for soundtrack and cinematic work it kicks ass in all the right places.

To the best of my knowledge, this movie has absolutely zero CGI in it which is another reason I want to see it again.

Logan's Run

In this movie, the world is in a state where everyone lives underground and never makes it to their 30th birthday - by law. I saw this movie years ago in my early 20's and even then it completely blew me away. I'm so shocked I haven't bought this movie yet for my personal collection.

Even if you're not a sci-fi fan, this movie will absolutely rock you. I guarantee it. Even with the 70's flavor (which it does have), you can totally see past that.

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