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December 26, 2007



you know, i've secretly disliked both movies. i mean, i still watch them. sometimes i even enjoy them. but there's too much about the both of them that i fundamentally dislike and reading the linked article just reinforced it for me. to answer the question though, if i had to pick a winner it would be PiP (despite the genius of anthony michael hall). in the end, though, i'd chuck john hughes for "just one of the guys."

kelly in SF

'Sixteen Candles' is my all-time favourite movie, and I loathe PiP. I read Dalton Ross' article when it initially appeared and told him same. ;->

(fwiw, I'm a 41-year-old female in California.)

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