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    Homework: Blazing Saddles (1974)

    I just saw Mel Brooks screen this in Chicago and host a Q&A afterwards. This movie, in a theater full of die-hard fans (and their kids, grandkids, families) laughing at every single scene was something I never thought I'd get to see. This movie could never be made today, but it got made. And dammit, its one of the funniest and most influential movies of all time. Plus, it has what was my first exposure to a meta plot, where the ending collapses in on itself in the best possible way. I'm a hard yes for this movie, and I hope you little bastards don't shoot me in the ass.
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    Episode #88: A HARD DAY'S NIGHT

    Also, Paul forever, y'all. Paul forever.
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    Episode #88: A HARD DAY'S NIGHT

    This movie is the wellspring of music videos, and it helped (as mentioned by Amy and Devin) solidify British comedy worldwide. Solid yes on this one.
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    Episode 69 - The Christs

    I started Catholic high school the year that Passion came out in theaters. I was made to watch it, we all hopped on a school bus and went to a theater crowded with nuns, priests, and high school kids that would prefer to be anywhere other than a Jesus movie. Then we watched it. I've always been a horror fan but the violence in Passion of the Christ comes off as for violence's sake. I really don't enjoy much of the movie, however Gethsemane, to me, was pretty interesting visually (maybe I'm weird). Last Temptation is an incredible take on Christ's story, and I recommend it highly, especially in comparison to the Jesus Torture Porn of Passion of the Christ.