50. 'Adventures in Babysitting' (1987)
The scene: The gang sings 'The Babysitting Blues'

"Nobody gets out of this place without singing the blues," says legendary musician Albert Collins, kicking off a movie moment that infused an '80s teen comedy with some real Chicago blues. Elisabeth Shue was never more crush-worthy than in this sequence; it is her energetic performance alone that saves this scene from being lost to time. -- Eric Larnick
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In Theaters on December 18th, 1957

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Based on 37 critics

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Based on 23 critics

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Based on 17 critics

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In Theaters on April 20th, 1977

A New York comedian (Woody Allen) recalls his kooky lost love (Diane Keaton). Read More

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Based on 28 critics

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Based on 35 critics

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