Movies Favorite/Best Film of 1987

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Best/Favorite Film of 1987

  1. Predator

  2. Robocop

  3. Lethal Weapon

  4. Full Metal Jacket

  5. The Untouchables

  6. Evil Dead 2

  7. The Princess Bride

  8. The Lost Boys

  9. Empire of the Sun

  10. Space Balls

  11. Dirty Dancing

  12. Planes Trains & Automobiles

  13. The Running Man

  14. Wall Street

  15. Good Morning Vietnam

  16. The Living Daylights

  17. No Way Out

  18. Nightmare on Elm Street 3 Dream Warriors

  19. Beverly Hills Cop 2

  20. Raising Arizona

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  1. Heart Break Kid Brown Belt Platinum Member

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    A fairy tale adventure about a beautiful young woman and her one true love. He must find her after a long separation and save her. They must battle the evils of the mythical kingdom of Florin to be reunited with each other. Based on the William Goldman novel "The Princess Bride" which earned its own loyal audience.
     
  2. Javelina Red Belt

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    predator although it is close with no way out

    i've never seen wall street @John Mabrey
     
  3. Javelina Red Belt

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    i've never seen dirty dancing either. even tho conan loves the movie
     
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    The Monster Squad.
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  5. JSN choo-CHOO!

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    Another 80’s year that takes a diarrhea dump on this millenium’s face!
     
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    I didn't think anything was going to be able to beat out Robocop, but Princess Bride does it.
     
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  7. John Mabrey The artist formerly known as murillaninjascrilla

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    Going with robocop although I also like the untouchables alot as well
     
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    Me neither
     
  11. JSN choo-CHOO!

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    @Bullitt68 will not be please by one glaring omission;

    Angel Heart

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  12. fingercuffs VICTORIA CONCORDIA CRESCIT Platinum Member

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    Lost Boys. Always Lost Boys.

    Shout out to Lethal Weapon, Evil Dead 2 and Dirty Dancing.
     
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    Haven't seen this in like 15 years. It never really gets mentioned even though it's brilliant.
     
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  14. fingercuffs VICTORIA CONCORDIA CRESCIT Platinum Member

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    I know you don't need help in that department, but such a panty dropper.
     
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    It really is. One forgets that there was a time when Micky Rourke was actually a really good actor and Roger Dinero was really good in this as well. Plus the lightskin Cosby kid’s tittays.
     
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    The egg peeling bit creeped me out. I need to watch that and Midnight in The Garden of Good and Evil again, for some reason I always think of them at the same time. Maybe Angel Heart was in N'awlins as well.
     
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    Only 1 film has princess buttercup and thats the only movie that I would vote for[​IMG]
    @Sara

    This was a distant second
     
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    if you have fond memories of mitgogae, I would let your younger self keep it. Terrible movie. It’s the one that made me realize that Kevin Spacey is not a good actor at all and in fact is hot garbage. I’m glad he turned out to be a homosexual pedophile.
     
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    Really? One of the main reasons I went to N'awlins years back, watching that. I didn't know too much about the city before and the architecture looked so beautiful.

    Knew about him years before. Sounds like a "my friend's cat told me" but my old HR manager at a company in England's son worked at The Old Vic in London which he owned....it was widely known back then and again I'm going back maybe 15 years. But it was known that he would try it on with young stage hands etc.

    You can't deny he was brilliant in American Beauty though.
     
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    I can remember enjoying Lost Boys quite a bit when it came out. Not long ago I saw the movie again and thought what was I thinking. Aging does that a person.
     

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