Coming up on its 10th year anniversary (gasp), "Mean Girls" comically-depicted the brutally wild jungle that is high school. Starring Lindsay Lohan as the naive newcomer and Rachel McAdams as the menacing 'queen b.,' the film has found a permanent place in pop culture, not only for its star-studded cast, but also for its honest portrayal of power struggles within cliques -- humorous all the while.
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The musical film "Grease" is thirty-five years old this year and still hasn't missed a beat. Costing $6 million to make -- a meager budget by today's standards -- the film went on to gross nearly $400 million worldwide to date. Critically-acclaimed and commercially-successful, "Grease" thrust Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta into stardom and inspired greaser and Pink Ladies wannabes throughout the world.
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Over thirty years ago, "Raiders of the Lost Ark" was released, launching the critically and commercially-successful "Indiana Jones" franchise and forever cementing Steven Spielberg and George Lucas as two of the premiere American filmmakers to date. In 2008, Empire Magazine voted "Raiders" as the #2 movie of all time. Whether you think that ranking is too high, or even too low, there's no arguing that Indiana Jones holds a special place in many of our hearts and in pop culture.
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Released in 2001, "Zoolander" is practically a teenager and we have fond memories like every proud parent. Starring Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, and Will Ferrell, the film has been ingrained into pop culture, 'Blue Steel' a fixture at any party, its lines endlessly quoted, and the ensemble characters seen routinely at Halloween.
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Directed by the late, great John Hughes, "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" is approaching thirty and hasn't slowed down a bit. Upon its release, the film was hailed by fans and critics alike, Richard Roeper even saying it is "one of [his] favorite movies of all time." and that he could "watch it again and again." We couldn't agree more. A fixture in pop culture, it seems that everyone has seen the film at least once, many going so far as dressing up as their favorite characters.
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