90s

One Man Saved The Weirdest Movie Of Our Childhood From Oblivion, and We Don't Know If We Should Thank Him

While we still love the Disney movies we grew up watching, every now and then we needed a little variety.Actual movies for adults were pretty boring, but there were some great live action comedies that the whole family could enjoy. One of the weirdest (and best) was Drop Dead Fred. The only problem was that once your parents rented this dark, sweary, gross-out comedy once, it could be hard to convince them to pick it up again.It makes sense that a remake starring Russell Brand was in the works a few years ago, because Lizzie's story in this

90s

Only 90s Kids Will Be Able To Name The Movies These Famous Lines Are From

So you think you're quite the movie buff? You have probably seen quite a few films from the 90s, but it's another thing to be able to tell them all apart. Let's see if you can remember which lines came from what blockbuster movies! We'll tell you the line, and you guess which movie it's from!Answers are at the end, let's go!"Good morning...Oh, and in case I don't see ya, good afternoon, good evening, and good night!"iTunes / Robert Ebert / IMP Awards"Show me the money!"iTunes / TorrentKim / Movie Poster"The greatest trick the devil ever pulled

90s

10 Best Lines From "Whose Line Is It Anyway?"

This was arguably one of the only comedy shows from the late '90s to early '00s that required you to have a box of tissues handy to dab away all those tears of joy. If you're one to be easily offended, this show was probably not your favorite. BuzzFeedSee what I mean? Now that's not to say everything in this show was offensive, but anything can happen when many scenes are improvised. It wasn't just what they said that was funny, but how they said it. Here are 10 lines that will have you missing the first American version of

Pop Culture

Take A Look At 'The Steve Harvey Show' Cast 15 Years After The Show Ended

Decades before Steve Harvey pit families against each other on Family Feud and committed blunders on the Miss Universe stage, he was Steve Hightower, the lead character in the 90s sitcom The Steve Harvey Show.Mediacom TV & MoviesOn the show, Harvey portrays a 1970s funk legend-turned-music teacher and vice-principal at Booker T. Washington High School in Chicago. Along with his colleagues, Cedric Robinson (Cedric the Entertainer) and Regina Grier (Wendy Raquel Robinson), Hightower tries to give the students, including Romeo Santana (Merlin Santana) and Bullethead (William Lee Scott), the best education despite budget cuts, while giving viewers priceless comic

90s

The MadTV cast says "Look What I Can Do" At Their Futures

Mad TV was without a doubt one of the greatest sketch comedies on television, with its hilarious jokes, biting political remarks, and zany characters. It really was the all-star cast that kept us tuning back in every week hoping to once again laugh ourselves into a coma. The show first aired over 20 years ago, with more than 58 cast members featured throughout its 14 season lifespan.Let's take a look at what happened after the final curtain dropped on this forward-thinking comedy series from the 90s! It's Mad TV!Jordan PeeleJordan Peele (and his co-star and friend Keegan Micheal

90s

10 Robin Williams Moments That Will Keep His Legacy Alive Forever

America's most beloved comedian and actor passed away a few years ago, but his comedic legacy will always remain. Williams acted in some of his best works in the 1990s, such as Mrs. Doubtfire, Flubber, Dead Poet's Society, Good Morning Vietnam, Patch Adams, and the list goes on and on and on. View post on imgur.comHere are 10 extraordinary times Williams made us cry with laughter. When he became Mrs. Doubtfire and had a blast cleaning his ex-wife's house.I'm still trying to learn those dance moves. The time when he impersonated famous people in Dead Poet's Society. We

80s

12 Facts About 'Planes, Trains and Automobiles' That Will Remind You Why It's The Best Thanksgiving Movie

The holidays are a stressful time of year, and it all kicks off with Thanksgiving. Planes, Trains and Automobiles, is one of those movies that everyone could relate to because of the craziness we all experience during holidays. Enroute to Chicago to spend Thanksgiving with his family, intolerant businessman Neal Page, played by Steve Martin, finds his first-class plane ticket being demoted to coach where he meets obnoxious salesman Del Griffith, played by John Candy. When a sudden snowstorm in Chicago forces the plane to land in Wichita it brings Neal and Del together on a crazy adventure. The 1987