Girl Next Door (2004) Here's what to tell your girl: Girl Next Door follows the struggle of Danielle, an independant woman who took charge of her destiny and made a name for herself, as she examines her life and decisions, and attempts to reinvent herself. An innocent young man, Matthew, falls in love with her and amidst many obstacles, both literal and figuratively, he must prove to himself, and to Danielle, that she is worth fighting for. While Danielle is struggling to escape her past, Matthew is nervously fighting for his future.
Blue Crush (2002) Here's what to tell your girl:
The metaphors in the movie are actually reversed, creating a multi-leveled exposition of a strong young female in a competitive microcosm. The monolithic waves she's pushing to conquer for corporate sponsorship represent her conflicts within a male-dominated society that she wants not only to be a part of, but to master. The affair with the pro-baller represents her obsession with ego, career, and her problems managing both.
Caddyshack (1980) Here's what to tell your girl:
This sociopolitical commentary, crafted in an era just before the dawn of Reaganomics, analyzes a modern-day caste system in a members-only country club set in middle America. The central caddy, a struggling youth, recognizes his poverty-issued destiny and attempts to transcend his fate by pursuing the means to fund his education. His pursuit of materialistic achievement, though noble, is mirrored by colorful supporting characters that illustrate different levels in the featured economic spectrum.
Billy Madison/Happy Gilmore New Collectors Edition Box set
The Sandler classics Happy Gilmore and Billy Madison have been re-released with blooper reels, deleted scenes, and Billy has a director's commentary. You know how good these movies are for "recovering" on Sunday afternoon.
Watching the bonus scenes were actually worth it. I hate how DVDs are obligated to contain extras, but then they completely crap out on what they give you. Here's a bit of advice. Never listen to a Mel Brooks commentary. I love the man, I love his work, but good Lord, it was one of the most annoying experiences of my life. Anyhoo,
I loved the kick ball deleted scene from Billy, and some of the extras on Happy were entertaining as well. It's a great gift for a friend that just watches it at your place all the time.
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