Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by Heart Break Kid, Nov 4, 2020.
Glory, also love Major League.
Last Crusade for me just cause the dynamic between Ford and Connery is so good.
But Batman, Born on the 4th and Glory are right up there with it.
Solid list of films.
Dead Poets Society and Batman
You always seem to forget this one @Heart Break Kid The Rodney Dangerfield of films
you beat me to it Love that someone appreciates it like me
Great fucking year but if im being honest with myself. Christmas Vacation
Solid list: Do the right thing, Uncle Buck, Christmas Vacation, and kickboxer
Idk what Happened to Micheal Scott but he's made these threads allready ur fav movie from the 70s - present day . I think he covered every year allready lol
The data set could always use more data. That's how it becomes robust.
I'm going thru my PM's Michael Scott and ts is the same person lol
Reading through the list I thought it would be Last Crusade, but Excellent Adventure is one of my favourite movies of all time.
lethal weapon 2 from the list
but actually the killer
I'm just here to express disdain.
The number of sequels in the list(and for the next couple of years I suspect) does I think highlight that the blockbuster market was starting to run out of ideas a bit even if the films themselves were mostly good. Burton was really the only new biggish name blockbuster director who broke though post 87 who comes to mind for me. You could argue The Killer was actually the most significant action film released in 89 in terms of what happened over the next decade.
A good year for warped arty sex drama though with Cook, Thief His Wife and Her Lover and Sex Lies and Videotape, James Spader as perennial pervert is born.
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