How the Best was Won: 1933-1960 26/365

This is my favorite collection of cartoons ever put together. When I was a child my grandmother gave me a VHS of this and I watched it non stop. It came with 5 cartoons; Building a Building (1933), Funny Little Bunnies (1934), Three Orphan Kittens (1935), Ferdinand the Bull (1938), Goliath II (1960). Building became my personal number 1 Mickey …

The Legend of Billie Jean 25/365

Prior to finding out about her true identity as Super Girl and Mark Hunter found his voice as Hard Harry they were rallying against a creepy shop with a heat press and a look that screams cologne and cigarettes. And before Yeardley Smith got married and had to fight off alien possessed automobiles at a truck stop she got her first period while on the run from the law.

Oh God! You Devil 24/365

It feels like Roseanne Barr should be in it.

White Men Can’t Jump 23/365

Before settling on the East Coast to clean glass and care for drunks Woody had dream of becoming a name in the world of basketball and try he did. Although life can throw you plenty of bricks he continued to try anyway he could to find his home. Becoming best friends with Sidney was only the beginning.

House Party 2 22/365

After finishing high school at the top of his class, Duncan Pinderhughes goes on to college where he stays friends with Blade although Julian Thomas and Popsicle are nowhere to be seen. When monetary issues arise our heroes put together a non stop thrill ride of co-eds, hip hop and of course the pajama jam to end all pajama jams.

G.I. Joe: Red Rocket Glare 21/365

Straight up my favorite G.I. Joe episode. I saw this when I was selling some toys along side my dudes at BITretro and I bought it without thinking. The amount of times I watched my childhood copy of this is unimaginable.

Super 8 20/365

I heard people didn't like this movie but its Spielberg, kids and monsters; what could go wrong? Plenty, plenty could go wrong and some does but some goes right. I'd say you should get out there and watch this on a Saturday night in.

Toby Tyler 19/365

When I was little I had to go to my Grandmother's house for a week during the summer and the only good thing was that she had cable. I later learned it was stolen cable and that's why she had every channel during a time when no one had and my uncles were forever solidified as cool in my book. During this time I watched the Disney channel non stop; in between episodes of Pooh Corner and Dumbo's Circus they played this a lot and I thus started my daydreams over joining the circus.

Malcolm X 18/365

In 1992 Spike Lee released this epic film to inform and educate the masses on this prolific man. Denzel Washington comes on screen in full force to represent a man even the silver screen couldn't hold.

Oh God! 17/365

Before leaving, quite literally, on a jet plane Bob Denver worked at a grocery store. He did well for himself and for his family until one day he felt the hand of God. The young man from Sgt. Pepper's it turns out is actually God himself. Watch the two work their individual magic in a way only they could.