Jeremy Davis, Entertainment Editor
Jeremy’s Classic Film Corner: ‘The Big Lebowski’ or: How I learned to stop worrying and become a dudeist priest
Dudeism, the religion in question, was officially founded in 2005 by the current Dudely Lama, and former travel journalist Oliver Benjamin. I say officially, because many take this to be something of a “non-official” religion. However, thanks to the good ol’ first amendment, it is most definitely “official.”
In the 1990s, independent film struck the world like it’s never been struck before. This was the time of some of the greatest movies of all time, and the origin of some of the most talented directors of our time. This was truly a difficult list to make, purely because there were just so many amazing films that came out in these ten years. However, I have narrowed it down to my nine favorites, as this is the nineties after all.
Both Sonic and Carrey would remain in the big names in American culture until they weren’t. They weren’t completely forgotten, but the talk around them had begun to gently die down. People had moved on to new games and new celebrities.
In terms of cinema, the ‘80s are usually regarded as a favorite of many. However, some would consider the ‘80s to be a decade chock full of cheesy sci-fi blockbusters, and teen comedies that hold up really well, forfeiting some “out of touch” scenes of course. However, the ‘80s brought so much more than that. It brought some of the greatest pieces of cinema of all time. A lot of my favorite films come from this decade. With that being said, here are my top eight films of the decade