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I realize that I've barely watched any 80s movies, seen a tonne from 40s to 60s, quite a few 70s, then skipped to the 90s but the 80s ones always threw me off as being cheesy. Here are the ones I've seen that I can recall, in general order of how much I liked them: Say Anything Midnight Run Ghostbusters (1 and 2) Caddyshack When Harry Met Sally ET Ferris Bueller's Day Off Stripes Star Wars V and VI Planes, Trains, and Automobiles Young Sherlock Holmes Batman Tootsie The Outsiders Superman II Scrooged submitted by Sportfreunde [link] [18 comments]
The success of Dr. No proved to be no fluke when its more adventurous followup became one of the biggest international boxoffice hits of the decade and set in motion a worldwide avalanche of 007 imitations. John F. Kennedy’s favorite spy went on to spearhead the longest lasting movie franchise in history, though Kennedy didn’t live to see the next installment, "Goldfinger."