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Three O’Clock High (1987) - Because You Watched Starcrash

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‎Because You Watched Starcrash
Duration: 42:25
“Pain is temporary – film is forever.”
Your favorite Distinguished Professors have a showdown with the best and weirdest of the 80s teen movies, Three O’Clock High! Topics covered include the insane opening sequence, comparison with Better Off Dead, connections to Back to the Future and Black Scorpi
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“Pain is temporary – film is forever.”
Your favorite Distinguished Professors have a showdown with the best and weirdest of the 80s teen movies, Three O’Clock High! Topics covered include the insane opening sequence, comparison with Better Off Dead, connections to Back to the Future and Black Scorpion, interesting camera angles, the opening sequence as an arming of the hero, the inexorability of fate, remembrances of high schools past, attempts to get out of trouble by getting into trouble, the greatness of the Tangerine Dream soundtrack, Jeffrey Tambor’s velvet suit, the depth of Buddy Revell as a villain, the intensity of the ending fight, a high literary reference to The Turn of the Screw, building tension through clock shots and the intense discomfort of the science class film, and the filmmakers within the film.

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