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Sep 11, 2009

Poll results; new poll

You stereotype loving bastards! The Breakfast Club over Ferris? I'm gonna have to pretend I just don't know you from now on.

No, Breakfast is a worthy choice as Hughes' favorite directorial effort; I just happen to enjoy Ferris more. The real shockers came with the low turnout of Weird Science (commentor Nic Cage had to be one of those three voters, as I'm pretty sure he can recite the film from memory), the fact that Planes, Trains received more votes than Science (it's pretty good, but c'mon) and the fact that Curly Sue, christened by my with a "haha" in the voting option, received a single vote. Come out of the closet, Curly voter!

New poll wants to know your favorite movie era, separated all nice and tidy (and completely meaningless-y) by decade; what can I say, it's an easy compartment by which to divide time. Are you all heathens like me that prefers the films of the 80s and beyond? Are the 70s really the best-ever decade in your humble? Do you kick it super old school and prefer the golden oldies of the 40s? Or do you just have bad taste and prefer this decade's films (kidding)?


5 people have chosen wisely: on "Poll results; new poll"

Princess Fire and Music said...

I have to admit, I was torn between The Breakfast Club and Ferris. However, Ferris Bueller *is* my hero, so my vote went to him.

Nick said...

I voted for Breakfast Club. Love that movie.

On the new poll, I'm like you. I'm an 80s+ kinda guy. Though it was tough choosing between 90s and 2000s, but I went with 90s.

Paul Arrand Rodgers said...

Do you even have to guess who voted Curly Sue? C'mon, Fletch.

Also, were I being serious, my vote would have gone towards either Weird Science or PT&A.

Reel Whore said...

I was torn b/w Ferris & Weird Science and chose Ferris. Speaking of, I need to finish my DragonCon post. You'll love my section of meet and greets!

wiec? said...

i will step forward and say i voted for Weird Science.

probably one of my all time favorites. i still have my beat up VHS copy that i taped off HBO. and the Chet monster ruled.