Top 25 Of April

Top-25 copyIt is that time of the month again as we are well into May to give you what I believed to be the top 25 for the month of April. I want to start by saying that this was definitely one of the hardest months to choose a film only because we stepped the game up with the quality of films. We had a couple of stinkers of course, but we had way too many good and amazing ones that made it hard to choose. So, there may be some choices that I make that you may not agree with, but this list is about how I feel the films were. The five films (since there is only 30 days in April) that didn’t make the top 25 cut are: Volcano, Kull The Conqueror, Summer Job, Reefer Madness, and Fifty Shades Of Black. Those films simply did not make the cut because they were either not worthy or just didn’t top any of the 25 films chosen. Here is the Top 25 for the month of April:

25. Home Sweet Hell

24. Hardbodies

23. The Nut Job

22. Eye In The Sky

21. To Live And Die In LA

20. Hotel Transylvania 2

19. Jane Got A Gun

18. Victor Frankenstein

17. My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2

16. The Boss

15. The Flamingo Kid

14. She’s Having A Baby

13. Sisters

12. Brothers

11. Secret In Their Eyes

10. The Giver

9. Everybody Wants Some!!

8. Keanu

7. Me And Earl And The Dying Girl

6. Alice In Wonderland

5. The Hateful Eight

4. Kingsman: The Secret Service

3. Legend

2. Creed

1. The Jungle Book

 

Day 109: Summer Job (1989)

summer jobIt has been quite some time since the last time I did a Cheeseball Cinema entry for the blog. With my 365 Movies challenge that I am also doing, I figured it was never too late to get one in. For today’s Cheeseball Cinema film, we chose the 1989 screwball comedy Summer Job which centers around a Florida tennis club/resort where college students are hired to work. For Kathy (Sherrie Rose), she has high hopes for her last summer at the resort as she was hired to be the supervisor. Unfortunately, she has to deal with a less than desirable bunch of Coeds who are looking to just get laid over the summer. The only catch s that of they want their end of the summer bash, they’ll have to get along and not screw too much up at the resort. The film also stars Amy Lynn Baxter (Bikini Bistro) as Susan, Cari Mayor (Lauderdale) as Donna, Renee Shugart (Screwball Hotel) as Karen, Chantal (General Hospital) as Barbara, George Ortuzar (Folks) as Herman, Fred Bourdin (South Beach Academy) as Bruce, Dave Clouse as Bob, Kirt Earhardt as Tom, James Summer as Jack, Jim Pelish (Can It Be Love) as Mr. Jacobs, and the film was directed by Paul Madden. To continue reading the article, please click this link.