Which movie is the better picture? Crossroads - Archetypal TGP member Ralph "Lightnin' Boy" Martone predates the relic craze by purchasing a guitar "just because it was beat up". The fedora wearing bloozeman also buys a booteek Pignose featuring vibrato and "pays his dooze" in various headcutting situations. I don't remember how it ends but some memorable quotes include: This is a Mississippi string tie. It's what a bloozeman wears down in these parts! Everyone knows Muddy Watters vented lectricity! All I need is a Mississippi string tie and I'm ready to roll! (when Lightnin' Boy gets his fodera) Lighting Boy and Blind Dog? Who the hell are you guys? (Jamie Gertz when encountering the pair) Eddie and The Cruisers II - I am using Part 2 because I'm a little more familiar with it. 80s guitar player Rik Diesel (who kind of looks and sounds like a flea would) challenges Eddie Wilson (played by a Charles Bronson stand in) to a guitar dual and is skooled in teh blooze. After chasing him around he learns to simplify his playing and fame and fortune follow. There is kind of a mystery theme to the movie and it has some good lines, although none as good as (IMHO) Crossroads, which pretty much has every cliche featured in online forums. I will also include part 1 in the poll because others may have some opinions.