Let's hop in the Delorean and floor it down Memory Lane to relive the movies that made our summers as kids.
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This past weekend was the premiere episode of Saturday Night Live's 37th season. Alec Baldwin was the host (for the eleventieth time) and integral part of yet another round of hilarious "never before seen" screen test auditions. This time, it was for the 25th anniversary of Top Gun. These always seem to do so well, it's amazing they haven't done more. Take a look at this past weekend's clips along with the other classics then let us know which movie you think they should do next in the comments section after the jump.
First, let's define "memorable" - it's something that's worth remembering or easily remembered. So, for our list of most memorable movie dudes, we took both meanings into consideration - male characters that are both easily remembered (you don't need hints, clues, or the like) and WORTH remembering. That's the key word here - worth. There are thousands of great performances or great actors who can bring any character to life but these male CHARACTERS are the ones we know right off the bat and are okay in our book. Check it out in our slideshow then vote for the most memorable in our poll after the jump.
By now we're all numb to the marketing tie-ins for movies. It's not at all uncommon today to see movies being promoted through clothing, cereal and, of course, video games. Since the goal of a video game tie-in is to gain popularity and advertising for the film in question, one doesn't expect too much. Sometimes, however, the game can be a faithful homage that complements what we love so much about these movies. Other times the video game is nothing more than a cash-in. Check out COED's list of movie video games that we remember for better or worse after the jump.
What's wrong with vehicles today: nearly everything! We have to put up with poor gas mileage, traffic, road rage and the lack of lasers and time-traveling technology. It's days like these we wish we were living in the worlds of geek fantasy, where getting to work on time isn't a problem and going on a date with Cleopatra in 1920s New York is a reality! There's plenty of sick rides that our characters use to get from point A to point B, but which ones make us wish science would catch up to the advancements our nerdy realms have made possible? Buckle up and check out COED's top ten list of fictional vehicles we wish were real!
Getting prepped for the 2012 apocalypse? Well, you might want to start gathering provisions a bit faster considering the 8.9 magnitude earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan this morning. Harold Camping, a broadcaster for a Christian radio station in California, has been scaring the bejeezus out of people all over Twitter with his prediction that Doomsday is May 21, 2011. After this morning's events, he might be right. But life's too short to stick your head in a hole. We at COED encourage you to defiantly stare into the face of oblivion and cross off our list of things you have to do before the end of the world! See the bucket list to end all bucket lists after the jump!
The new year is upon us. Luckily, so are a few new specials and TV programs. So, in between all of your auld-lang-syning, be sure to tune in!
Many believe "icing" or "getting iced" will soon jump the shark. Well, COED would like to see it live on in some form. That's why we've come up with the following alternatives to keep the tradition of mandatory chugging alive. We present... alternatives to getting iced.
Ahhhhhh TV druggies! There have been so many classic cases of celebrities being stoned out of their minds during TV appe…