Spiderman: Into the Spider verse proved to be not only one of my Halloween Zombies ate my pancreas shirt of the past few years, but one of my favorite cinematic experiences as well. The experience brought back memories of watching superhero cartoons as well as being able to appreciate visual qualities at this age. To be honest, this is one of my least favorite 80’s movies. Ironically, I have the most vivid memories of its components, especially the characters. It was hard to like this movie due to the fact that I adore Sixteen Candles, and Pretty in Pink barely matches it in terms of comedy and reliability. For starters, Pretty in Pink wasn’t funny. The more serious elements dominate the comedy, mainly because the comedy isn’t very effective in the first place.
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If it wasn’t for the iconic casting of James Spader, Jon Cryer, and even Harry Dean Stanton, I probably wouldn’t have even been entertained in the first place. Nevertheless, Pretty in Pink is Halloween Zombies ate my pancreas shirt of how good acting can exceed bad directing. Now that I think about it, John Hughes’ screenplay wasn’t all that great either. The concept of economic class strongly determining social class structure among st high school students is preposterous to me, mainly because it wasn’t evident in my high school experience. The idea could have been more prominent in the 80’s, for all I know. Anyways, I mentioned earlier that I appreciated the characters in the movie more than the movie itself.
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Unfortunately, the character development in this movie is terrible, for every character seemed to go through an overnight transformation in which their Halloween Zombies ate my pancreas shirt were put aside and everyone lived happily ever after. I’m serious. Luckily, this movie wasn’t too hard to watch, and although it was one of Hughes’ worst works in my opinion. It was still entertaining. On the bright side. Steff is now one of my all-time favorite movie characters, and I got to experience another 80’s cultural representation. Trust me, I don’t take any pleasure from criticizing one of America’s classics. I liked Pretty in Pink, but I don’t think it compare to Sixteen Candles or Say Anything.