Balancing out the mostly R-rated teen-sex comedies were some of writer-producer-director John Hughes' films which took a more sensitive look at adolescent issues, in films such as Sixteen Candles (1984), The Breakfast Club (1985), and Pretty in Pink (1986). As he pedaled over to her house, he daydreamed about having sex with her once he arrived - she removed her top in front of him and purred: "There's something I want to show you." When she greeted him at the door, she said: "I thought you'd never get here.
This list, updated weekly, only features the best of the year's best, and I'm being highly selective with my choices.
Volume 2 » In 1988, Notre Dame hosted the Miami in what was one of the greatest games in college football history. It captured headlines and a sense of undeniable anticipation about what was to come.
The late 70s and early 80s was a period of low-brow, teasy, R-rated sexy teen comedies with gratuitous nudity, mindlessly weak plots, and raunchy profanity, designed for horny adolescents, usually teenaged males with raging hormones and active fantasy lives who were looking for glimpses of naked girls and their first sexual conquest (a "Let's Get Laid" sub-genre). ", while Artie was in the VW's back-seat making-out with her friend.
Since that film premiered on October 6, 2009, 30 for 30 has evolved into a series that has both revitalized and revolutionized the art of the sports documentary through a diverse range of filmmakers telling specific stories that touch on larger themes beyond sports.
Originally inspired by ESPN's 30th anniversary with a focus on topics from 1979 to 2009, the Peabody and Emmy-winning series has extended beyond that framework and has now produced more than 70 films, from The U, The Two Escobars and You Don't Know Bo to the first-ever 30 for 30 film event, O. With each documentary, the filmmakers have brought their passion and personal approach to the screen, detailing the issues, trends, athletes, teams, rivalries, games and moments that have transformed the sports landscape. But the name still attached came from a t-shirt manufactured by a few Notre Dame students.