Among film geeks sometimes there is a competition to find the most amazingly good, bad or underrated films to show your unsuspecting friends. On this list you’ll find a little something in each category. Though no list can guarantee a 100% surprise factor, I’ve worked to whittle this list down to only the best choices (based on a variety of moods/tastes) for your next “Hey I know a film we can watch” moment. Some will elicit laughter and approval, others will elicit groans of existential despair and suicides. So choose carefully.
I have seen several of these films. And I agree, they are much overlooked.
What do you think? Visit today’s FamilyFirst pick and find out for yourself.
Slice of Life is a non-profit project based at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. Its primary purpose is to encourage the development and sharing of educational multimedia applications and the integration of complementary teaching and learning technologies in health sciences and medical education.
Dry stuff, right?
Well, check out the page linked below, which describes the power of the Utah Rubber Chicken.
In 1993, they figured out the magical powers of the rubber chicken: Namely, that it would cast out the gremlins of mayhem and mischief that would threaten the integrity and performance of computers and multimedia programs, which were notoriously unreliable back then.
Today, each Slice of Life multimedia presentation is shipped with a rubber chicken in the box, to provide its magical protection on the trip through the shipping system.
Friends, I offer you today’s FamilyFirst pick, which pays due homage to that most magical of comedy props: the rubber chicken.