Touch Of Evil (1958)- Orson Welles, dir.
Dude, this was in black and white- I'm not watching that junk. Why is Moses a Mexican guy?

Citizen Kane (1941)- Orson Welles, dir.
This is that sled thing right? It has that guy from the Moses Mexican thing in it?

The Godfather (1972)- Francis Coppola, dir.
Pretty cool, I mean guys got shot and stuff. It got kind of boring. I didn't finish it, my buddy Mitch came over, we watched the Mavericks game.

The Graduate (1967)- Mike Nichols, dir.
Oh yeah - hell, I think I saw this before. With Dustin Hoffman looking all young and crap. Yeah, he has sex with some old lady. Yeah, that's messed up, man.

Psycho (1960)- Alfred Hitchcock, dir.
Everyone always talks about how scary this is and junk. I don't know. It was weird how he kept his dead mom in the basement, but she looked so fake. Why did she bother taking the money? It was weird seeing that guy from Caddyshack. The judge. You ever see that? Yeah? That movie's so freaking funny. Listen, I can do his voice. "It's easy to grin, when your ship has come in and you've got the stock market beat. But the man who's worthwile can smile when his pants are too tight in the seat."

What happened with Chevy Chase, man?

Chinatown (1974)- Roman Polanski, dir.
I didn't get this. I mean, it seemed old but it was kind of new? I don't know. And the water stuff with that old guy, what the hell was that? Made me grab my nose when that short dude knifed Nicholson, so that was pretty cool.

Apocalypse Now (1979)- Francis Coppola, dir.
Boring and weird. Larry Fishburne and Harrison Ford should have been in it more.

The Silence of the Lambs (1991)- Jonathan Demme, dir.
Now this is what I'm talking about, man! This is a freaky damn movie. Anthony Hopkins is awesome. I didn't see the other one they did with the chick from Boogie Nights, but I took a date to the one with Ed Norton last year. That is not a good date movie, if you catch me.

Patton (1970)- Franklin Schaffner, dir.
My dad would watch this all of the time when I was a kid. I know most of the lines. I hate this movie.