Just as the title says! It's like three episodes of South Park bundled into an insane film with your favorite characters from the early years of the show. Follow Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny as they try to save their favorite Canadian comedy duo Terrance and Phillip from being executed due to a parental crusade to stop the children of America from being influenced by a vulgar T&P film.
Often remembered more for the Grunge-era soundtrack than the film itself, this quirky romantic comedy follows the lives of a group of single twenty-somethings in Seattle during the early 1990s. Starring Matt Dillon, Bridget Fonda, Kyra Sedgwick, and Campbell Scott. Directed by Cameron Crowe. As an added bonus, we cover the soundtrack featuring Alice in Chains, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, and others.
A cultural phenomenon that defined the music and dance scene of the late 1970s. Starring John Travolta in a star-making role as a young man whose only ambition in life is to be the king of New York club dancers. Also included is a bonus episode covering the entire iconic soundtrack featuring The Bee Gees.
The blueprint for the modern romantic comedy and still one of the best films in the genre. Starring Audrey Hepburn as a young princess hiding out in Rome who has the time of her life with a news reporter (Gregory Peck). Co-starring Eddie Albert. Directed by William Wyler.
Based on the satirical TV series which was a spoof on the reality show COPS, the inept Reno Sheriff's Department travels cross-country to wreak havoc on the city of Miami. If you grew up on Police Academy films, this is one to check out!
Often touted as one of the greatest film noir movies ever made. Starring Lana Turner as the ultimate femme fatale who convinces her lover (John Garfield) to murder her husband.