This mostly-forgotten black comedy directed by Martin Scorsese should get more respect. It chronicles one LONG night of mishaps and misadventures in the life of Griffin Dunne's character, Paul Hackett. This film has a lot of great cameo roles and is wonderful paired with the cult classic Adventures In Babysitting. Have a great DF!
(be him) My bedroom is haunted. Okay, let me backtrack. A hundred years or so ago, there lived a boy in this room and he hung himself for reasons unknown to me. Anyway, after a long story, I deicded to use lights and markered letters for my our ouji board. We are actually pretty close friends, but he hasn't talked all day until the clock stikes midnight, his strongest hour. R-U-N. I'm in danger.
American Beauty: Directed by Sam Mendes. This came on TV and I couldn't change the channel. I remembered seeing this in the theater and being blown away. It's still a great film even after all these years.
"La Haine"....1995 French film that "follows three young men and their time spent in the French suburban 'ghetto,' over a span of 24 hours." The most moving movie I've ever seen. Everyone should see this. (FYI - I never use words like that to describe something!)