The Five Best Movies Set Extensively in Shopping Centers
It’s Cyber Monday, which is the awesomest day ever if you like spending your time deleting emails. When you woke up this morning and checked your email, how many Cyber-Monday emails were waiting in your inbox? The only thing worse than Cyber Monday is Black Friday, because Black Friday requires that you wear pants the day after Thanksgiving, and fuck that noise. You know what Cyber Monday is? It’s the equivalent of booksellers unloading all their remainders — books they are about to shred — and we’re supposed to feel good about getting deals on merchandise that’s about to be trash binned. Hey! Get 70 percent off of iPod knock-offs that will be discontinued next month! Fuck you, Amazon. And if I get one more Zazzle.com email, I’m gonna hurl. They’re SPAM filter proof.
The other thing about Cyber Monday is that it comes after a long Thanksgiving Weekend where not a fucking thing happens in our little universe, which makes Cyber Monday an awfully difficult day to provide content to readers trying to avoid Cyber Monday emails. Did I work up a few reviews for the Monday after Thanksgiving? No, I was sitting on my ass like the rest of you. So, I offer you, out of desperation, the five best movies set extensively in shopping centers (Fast Times at Ridgemont High nearly made the cut, but I don’t think it features enough mall scenes to qualify).
And if you think this is desperate, wait for the next post.
5. Career Opportunities
3. Bad Santa
1. Dawn of the Dead
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