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Fast times at Ridgemont High
Officer and a Gentleman
Caddyshack, planes trains n automobiles, fast times, vacation, ghostbusters, naked gun.
Predator, Glimming the Cube
Predator was pretty badass.
Coming to America
My favorite scene from any comedy.
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The old men in the barber shop argue about boxing.
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Cast: Cuba Gooding Jr., Arsenio Hall, Eddie Murphy, Clint Smith
Director: John Landis
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Producer: Leslie Belzberg, George Folsey Jr., David Sosna, Robert D. Wachs
Screenwriter: Barry W. Blaustein, Eddie Murphy, David Sheffield
Film Description: Coming to America casts comedian Eddie Murphy as pampered African prince Akeem, who rebels against an arranged marriage and heads to America to find a new bride. Murphy's regal father (James Earl Jones) agrees to allow the prince 40 days to roam the U.S., sending the prince's faithful retainer Semmi (Arsenio Hall) along to make sure nothing untoward happens. To avoid fortune hunters, Prince Akeem conceals his true identity and gets a "Joe job" at a fast-food restaurant. Murphy and Hall play multiple roles, and there are innumerable celebrity cameos peppered throughout the proceedings -- including the Duke Brothers (Don Ameche and Ralph Bellamy) from Trading Places. Coming to America made further headlines when humorist Art Buchwald sued the film's producers for plagiarizing one of his works. Buchwald carried the case to trial, where he won a sizeable judgement against the film's producers.
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Pee Wee's Big Adventure
Nightmare on Elm Street
Stand By Me
Can't Buy Me Love
Oh man, this thread gives me an e-boner. I LOVE THE 80's!!!
I'm kind of a sifi guy. I was impressed with Blade Runner.
And Beaches and Mask.
The fact the Back to the Futures haven't been mentioned yet is a tragedy. Also the Indiana Jones Trilogy, The Karate Kid, Field of Dreams, and Batman
Yeah on Karate Kid and Back to the Future. Is Field of Dreams the 80's? I will check.
Turns out it was 89.
Red Dawn, The Outsiders, Road House, Escape from New York. Big Trouble In Little China, Cobra, First Blood, Vision Quest, Terminator to name a few more
Star Wars. Damn Empire was 1980. Yeah I'm a dork. But you guys already know that.
Yes Misty. One of the best baseball movies ever.
Too many to list. I'll go with Top Gun.
I love Back to the future, Breakfast Club, indiana jones trilogy, among others. There were some great movies in the 80's.
Wolf, I think you and I have a lot of the same taste in entertainment. Loved the Back to the Future Series, and I can never hear Cruel Summer without thinking of the Karate Kid
It's hard to pick a favorite, but I think Major League beats out Top Gun by an eyelash.
Other's that I love
The Princess Bride
Amadeus (Just watched this in the last year, was blown away)
Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark, Last Crusade
Star Wars: Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi
A Christmas Story
Back to the Future
The will is not here, the will is at my office next to the hot plate with the frayed wires.
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