A gender bending high school movie with style, Just One of The Guys is one of the top teen comedies of the 80s, despite a bit disappointing ending.
Everything goes totally wrong when a man has to stay home and take care of the kids in a comedy that plays with stupid stereotypes in a very predictable and banal way.
The series had run its course a long time before this fourth Herbie movie was released on 1980, and clearly Herbie Goes Bananas just did not need to exist at all.
A pilot to the movie series that unfortunately never was to be, Remo Williams starring the amazingly sympathetic Fred Ward has later gained a bit of a deserved cult following.
Reds, Warren Beatty’s 3-hour magnum opus might sound boring on paper, but it stands a testament to that dedication and love to the trade can make some great movies.
In Empire of the Sun Spielberg’s midas touch of making even dirt look perfect somehow turns against the true essence of a war movie. Sure, it’s still great, but a bit plasticky.
An asshole boxer gets pardoned of his violence and temper as long as he stays on the top in this well constructed, controversial biography that lags from time to time.
Sequel to the 1979 original, Amityville 2 takes some scary and disturbing turns right from the start, but the exorcism that follows feels copy pasted from elsewhere.
The Big Red One’s episodic approach trying to cover the whole war feels unattached and a bit rushed from time to time, but the episodes themselves are 100% solid.
Stephen King and Reiner picture both the ease and woe that is being a 12-year old and take us along an adventure that crosses that road from childhood, to the time after that.
More entertaining than it should be, Hangar 18 is aged way beyond its years with its mid seventies looks, outdated screenplay and ridiculously lazy, cut short 70s style ending.
Like most Sword & Sorcery movies, The Beastmaster is unintentionally silly from time to time, but has some lovable underdog charm to it that carries the movie through.
A mediocre horror film spiked with some native american pseudo mysticism, Wolfen’s most interesting asset is the beast eye video effect, later perfected by Predator (1987) .
The sequel gains a nicer poster, but everything else goes down the drain in this soulless, forced and unfunny production that might be worst sequel in the recorded history.
A racing comedy in vein of ’It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad World’, The Cannonball Run never comes close to its idol, but is somewhat entertaining due to the interesting cast of characters.
Always watch-worthy due to the celebrity cameos and the amazing puppetry, but this 1984 movie is a bit tame and lacks the amazing absurdness that makes the Muppets great.
A must-watch just for its amazing visuals, The NeverEnding Story isn’t just another piss poor fantasy film for kids, but a visionary, unique and magical experience.
Although it tries to cram far too many plots and concepts in one movie, Seagal’s debut film has lots of well co-ordinated action and is – quite surprisingly – not that bad at all.