Actually a TV movie pilot for the series that started running afterwards, Airwolf has an amazing soundtrack and production values for TV, but has aged extremely poorly.
Assassination is an ok time passer, considering this wasn’t a story that needed to be told and the people involved here never seem too enthusiastic in telling it.
Combining romance, fairytale, adventure and humor, The Princess Bride pulls of the impossible task of being great entertainment for the whole family, without being childish.
The culmination of 80s one-liner-throwing, invincible-to-weapons, infinite-ammo-carrying beefcake action flicks, Commando is 100% 80s and 1000% recommended.
On the other hand inventive and mold breaking in the boring slasher genre, on the other hand clumsy and flawed, Happy Birthday To Me is truly a mixed bag of a movie.
The King of Comedy is themed with fame, recognition and delusion, and does it all very smartly by leaving most of the conclusions for the viewer.
Similarly to the Goonies, Ghostbusters and E.T, the wonderful, the amazing, christmassy Gremlins grew to be a pop culture phenomenon much bigger than the movie itself.
No chills, no thrills TV-movie does not surprise or offend anyone, and is a easy – but totally forgottable – christmas day pass time for the whole family.
The most mature film of the series is not really connected with christmas nor the previous films in any way. Which, in this case, can only be a good thing.
This infamous C-grade cult sequel would be rated so-bad-it’s-good if it didn’t recycle almost 40 of its material from the original movie. But it does – and hence the score.
For a movie that takes a good forty minutes to set up, Silent Night Deadly Night does not make too much sense and is basically just a subpar slasher despite a few good kills.
Mistreated workplace outcast punishes bad adults in an outdated horror film that tries some black humor aspect but ends up unsatisfactory in almost every possible way.
Even if Splash does own a lot to its amazing cast of Hanks, Hannah, Levy and Candy, as far as romantic comedies go, this is truly one of the rare few ones to recommend!
This remake of a 1943 drama does have that magic touch to drag you in to the story, but in Spielberg’s sky high standards, Always ends up somewhat disappointing.
Kiss of the Spider Woman is an unique, well written, superbly acted piece of prison cinema that brought William Hurt his first Oscar much deservedly.
A favourite of every elementary school teacher, Dead Poets Society begs to mock it, but we raise above the cheap cynicism and claim this one a fine piece of cinema.
One of the lesser known scifi time travel movies of the 80s, Trancers is a delightful space zombie shooter with charming noir atmosphere and plenty of 80s action attitude.
An refreshingly original concept for a movie, F/X is a somewhat cartoony thriller that’s witty most of the time – but at times even a bit too witty for its own good.
It’s easy to blame 1969 not fully capturing the essence of the sixties, but many of the scenes and events here of the time that split the nation are still well written and executed.
Depicting the rise and the fall of a immigrant drug lord, Scarface’s huge foot print in the pop culture is admirable, but the same vast fame outshines the film itself.