I saw 'Hugo' yesterday, and while it wasn't as good as the book (serious question: name a movie that is unquestionably better than the book ... *crickets*), it did have this sort of joyful message of doing what you love ... and that old movies were sort of extraordinary, absurdist masterpieces. I knew I loved Turner Classic Movies for a reason! There's this old movie referenced in 'Hugo' where people shoot a rocket into the eye of the Man on the Moon, and it really reminded me of some old-school Savage Garden. You could almost argue that Savage Garden and old movies are classics in their own way? ENOUGH JUSTIFICATION. Just enjoy the 90s goodness.