This movie, about an eight-year-old-girl who beats up bullies and rescues filthy dogs, was one of the biggest cultural events of 1982. While some of the music is undeniably corny, the best of it is crazy catchy, most notably "Hard Knock Life," which famously provided the sampled hook for Jay-Z's hit of the same name. Albert Finney's Daddy Warbucks captures the weirdo depression-era politics of cartoonist Harold Gray, while Carol Burnett, Geoffrey Holder (Live and Let Die's Baron Samedi), and Tim Curry round out a near-perfect cast.