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Richard Simmons Sweatin' to the Oldies

Once you dance with Richard Simmons, there’s no going back.

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Hawaii Five-O: The Third Season

Your interest may be ironic more than anything else, but after watching it you might find yourself becoming dependent on the formulaic plot line that never lets you down.

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Klimt

Klimt certainly led a life worthy of making into a movie, but we would have been better off with a more traditional biopic than this self-indulgent art-flick.

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Weird Science: The Complete Seasons 1 & 2

Weird Science is one of the most dope, rad, illin’ and choice shows to come out of the '90s.

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Funny Face

For all its stylistic achievements, Funny Face ultimately is a story about finding a balance between brains and beauty, and eventually rejects both and settles for love.

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Absolutely Fabulous: White Box

White Box pushes the limits in every way, and even though Patsy and Edina not only smoke and drink, but now hit children, you still can't help but love them.

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Studio 60 Live on the Sunset Strip: The Complete Series

Despite its purported faults (critics were divided), Studio 60 Live on the Sunset Strip holds up well on DVD, as viewers can quickly proceed to the next episode without losing momentum, without losing the smart, subtextual thread of the prior episode.

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The Graduate

Forty years after its original theatrical release, The Graduate is still extremely timely and its themes and message are relevant whether in the context of 1967 or 2007.

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Flashdance

With its sexy dance routines, unforgettable inspirational dialogue (“You give up your dream, you die!”) and attempt at a statement on gender relations, Flashdance is still so hot that you will need a bucket of cold water poured on you after you watch it.

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