A Prohibition-era Jewish gangster (Robert DeNiro) goes back to Manhatten thirty years later, where he has to deal with his violent past. Told in flashbacks, the film follows DeNiro's character from his tough kid era to his rise as a Mafia boss, and we see him deal with his past life choices. The 1984 film "Once Upon a Time in America."
A wealthy woman from the Greek Islands (Meryl Streep) prepares for her daughter's wedding. However, her daughter (Amanda Seyfried) has secretly invited three men from her mother's past to hopefully find out which one of them is her real father, and have him escort her down the aisle on her wedding day. The 2008 film that made $615 million at the box office, "Mamma Mia.
The movie that essentially introduced us to Ewan McGregor, who plays a heroin addict dealing with bad ideas, bad decisions, unreliable drug addict friends and an underage girlfriend (Kelly Macdonald) in Scottland. The film got an Academy Award nomination for screenplay. A brutal, sometimes funny, sometimes terrifying portrayal of drug addiction, 1996's "Trainspotting."
Taking place in the 23rd century, a bad-ass cabbie Korben Dallas (Bruce Willis) has the fate of the world in his hands when the human embodiment of the fifth element (Milla Jovovich) literally falls into his cab. Chris Tucker is introduced as an interesting broadcaster, Gary Oldman plays a bad guy again, and Mike remembers watching this with George, Chris, Shawn and Tina during the summer of 1997. "The Fifth Element."
An interesting group of teens at a southern California high school take part in sex, drugs, and rock n' roll. Jennifer Jason Leigh's Stacy gets bad dating advice from her friend Linda (Phoebe Cates), who gave us the greatest nude scene in film history. Nice guy Mark Ratner (Brian Backer) gets even worse dating advice from shyster Mike Damone (Robert Romanus), and a love triangle ensues. Meanwhile, Sean Penn becomes a star and creates one of the most memorable characters in film history. And Mr. Hand thought everyone was on dope. The film that sorta, kinda started the teen movie craze, 1982's "Fast Times at Ridgemont High"