Coming to America (1988)
A sweet, if uneven, romantic comedy with the faintest leanings towards being generally pro-immigrant, that nonetheless heralds Eddie Murphy’s nineties shlock peak.
How to Marry a Millionaire (1953)
Sharp, interior, and gorgeous, but quickly loses its sharpness in favor of something shaggier and slapstickier.
Definitely holds up—except for that CGI owl and the fiery gang (???)—as an exploration into the mental landscape of a young fantasy-obsessed woman.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars, “R2 Come Home” and “Lethal Trackdown”
I will never get tired of people crapping on droids and Anakin having faith in them, because droids are the only people he can trust (besides his secret wife). I will, however, always get very tired of baby Boba Fett.
Parks and Recreation: 0% (0/7)
Sailor Moon: 23.1% (3/13)
Saturday Night Live: 22.5% (9/40)
Star Trek: 32.5% (13/40)