OK, forgive me because this entry is going to be very skewed since I'm just going off the top of my head. I'm going to totally forget certain movies and/or leave some out because I forgot they were sequels. Here's my list for now:
1) Short Circuit II - plot holes like crazy, but still 100 times better than the original. too cute!
2) Day of the Dead - miles ahead of NOTLD, and yet not as boring or slow-paced as Dawn.
3) Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey - one of the few
In no order other than from 1st to 10th, here it is:
Sooo damn many good roles.
1) Loaded Weapon 1
2) Repo Man
3) Mighty Ducks
4) Maximum Overdrive
6) Young Guns
7) Breakfast Club
8) Men at Work
9) Judgment Night
10) Mighty Ducks 2
Yes, he had other spectacular roles such as MD3, Young Guns II, Another Stakeout, The Outsiders, etc., but these ones stand out as the best
Note: This includes both Disneyland and California Adventure parks.
This doesn't include non-rides such as the awesome food, Downtown Disney, sit and watch attractions, or random celebrity sightings (I've got The Hoff, Jimmy Fallon, and the guitar player of Korn so far).
1) Space Mountain
2) Tower of Terror
3) Haunted Mansion
4) Indiana Jones
5) Monsters, Inc.: Mike & Sully to the Rescue
6) Buzz Lightyear's Astro Blasters
Parte dos of my Top 10 lists. Yesterday was Marty Jr's 42nd birthday. So, in honor, I am making a Top 10 List of movies featuring none other than Charlie Sheen.
1) Major League
2) The Chase
3) Hot Shots Part Deux
4) Major League II
5) Men at Work
7) Ferris Bueller (all 2 minutes of him!)
8) Money Talks
9) Terminal Velocity
10) Rated X (creeeeeeeepy)
Next week: maybe Emilio!
I was listening to the radio today and the host was talking about how he loves lists. That got me to thinking; I love lists, too! So, anyway, I decided that I'm going to start doing semi-regular lists of stuff. I guess I can do Top 5 lists if I start running out of good topics.
My first is going to be Top 10 Power Metal Albums. Please note that I'm leaving out proto-PM stuff for the same reason I like to leave out proto-punk when I'm discussing my favorite punk albums. This includes