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Lets start with some stats!

Participants in poll - 32
Number of movies nominated - 208

The results have been tabulated and the Top 15 All-Time Favorite 80's Movies of The Rewind Members are about to be revealed.

With any poll there are the movies that were on the bubble, but just didn't get those last few votes to make it on the list. So to keep you from guessing, those movies were:

Heathers (1989) -Smayt must have spiked the wrong voters coffee.
Terminator(1984) -Why is Brandon777 knocking on my door asking for Valley Conner at a time like this?
The Karate Kid (1984)-Say it ain't so Nick.
Breakin'(1984) -Stop crying Isis, you can still do your TKO poppin' & lockin' at the park this weekend.
Aliens (1986) -Look at this way Noms, if it had been a top 20 like Ronnie told me it should be...this movie would be in!

Now for the Top 15 All-Time Favorite 80's Movies as voted by the members of The Rewind. [Karate Kid]

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15. Return Of The Jedi (1983)

This is the feel good movie of the Star Wars 6 pack. The final chapter in the wondrous STAR WARS saga. Luke must save Han Solo from the clutches of the monstrous Jabba the Hut, and bring down the newly reconstructed--and even more powerful--Death Star. With Solo imprisoned, Luke accompanies his faithful droids R2D2 and C3PO in a rescue bid, with Princess Leia and Chewbacca also lending a hand. After they valiantly disentangle their friends from Jabba's clutches, Luke returns to his Jedi Knight training with Yoda. Meanwhile, the Rebel Troops amass in an attempt to see off the impending threat from Darth Vader and his new Death Star, with the operation being lead by Han Solo. But Luke must face Vader himself if he is to become a true Jedi Knight, and as he enters into a spirited battle with his light saber-wielding enemy, some surprising revelations await the young warrior.

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14. St. Elmo's Fire (1985)

This movie is the compliation of all things Bratpack. Seven friends, fresh out of Georgetown University, cope with the fears and realities of adulthood while drinking at their favorite hangout, St. Elmo's. Alex and Leslie are career-minded and heading towards marriage. Virginal Wendy only has eyes for wild, would-be rocker Billy --whose wife and child don't prevent him from trying to relive his college days. Kevin ponders the meaning of life and secretly desires Leslie, while his roommate Kirbo pursues an elusive older woman. Jules rounds out the group with her massive debts and cocaine problem. Isn't growing up FUN!

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13. The Empire Strikes Back (1980)

This movie was the 2nd movie in the Star Wars trilogy that is actually the 5th movie after the release of the trilogy of prequels. I'm confused, but notice the movie that leaned more toward the dark side of The Rewind is higher on the poll. Interesting.

We find Luke Skywalker now a seasoned space warrior. Luke's Star Wars cohorts Han Solo and Princess Leia are likewise more experienced in the ways and means of battling the insidious Empire, as represented by the brooding Darth Vader. And, of course, "The Force," personified by the ghost of Luke's mentor Ben Kenobi, is with them all. Retreating from Vader's minions, Luke ends up, at first, on the Ice Planet Hoth and then the tropical Dagobah. Here he makes the acquaintance of the Yoda , whose all-encompassing wisdom comes in handy during the serial-like perils of the rest of the film. Before the film's open-ended climax, we are introduced to the apparently duplicitous Lando Calrissian and are let in on a secret that profoundly affects both Luke and his arch-enemy Vader. The ending is cinematic beauty!

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12. Some Kind Of Wonderful (1987)

Paul start smiling, you're not the only person on The Rewind that loves this movie. The tomboyish Watts has always considered working-class Keith Nelson her best friend, but when he decides to ask out the popular Amanda Jones, she realizes that she feels something much deeper for him. Hardy Jenns, Amanda's jealous former boyfriend, further complicates matters and the rest is why Paul loves this movie over another movie you will soon see on this poll.

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11. Can't Buy Me Love (1987)

Never underestimate the African Anteater Dance. Donald, I mean Ronald Miller is a high school nerd about to enter his senior year, who longs for acceptance as one of the "cool kids." His next-door neighbor Cindy Mancini is a cheerleader and one of the most popular girls in school, but she doesn't even know that Ronald exists. When she ruins an expensive outfit of her mother's, Ronald offers the $1,000 needed to replace it, if she will pretend to date him for one month. Although skeptical about Ronald's plan, Cindy agrees, and her "new boyfriend" turns out to be right about what he thinks dating Cindy will do for him -- he becomes accepted by the school's snobs because of his association with one of their own. At least, for a while. Babes say this movie is bad for my complexion.

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10. Weird Science (1985)

Teenage geeks Gary and Wyatt are sick of being ignored by girls, abused by cool guys, and forced to spend their weekend nights watching nerdy old sci-fi movies. Left alone for the weekend, they use Wyatt's computer to create Lisa, a stunningly beautiful woman with a body that stops traffic, a heart of gold, and a genius IQ. The boys embark on an adventure with their creation, going to bars, driving Ferraris, throwing a killer party, and keeping Wyatt’s psychotic older brother Chet in check. But in the end, they learn that wearing cool clothes, hanging out with cool kids, and being popular might not solve all their problems. But it doesn't hurt trying!

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9. The Lost Boys (1987)

Sleep All Day And Party All Night! A new family moves into a small California town, and the teenage son is immediately taken with a local girl, only to discover that she (and most of the town youth) are vampires! It's up to his younger brother to save the day in this stylish and offbeat horror film. The soundtrack is to die for.

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8. Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986)

The perfect day of High School! 17-year-old Ferris Bueller pretends to be sick in order to get a day off school. His parents decide to let him stay home provided he remains in bed, but Ferris has other ideas. He talks his best friend Cameron Frye into taking his father's Ferrari for a spin around town & he also uses foul means to successfully pull his girlfriend out of school. The three of them spends their "day off" running wild through the streets of Chicago. Hot on Ferris' trail is the high school principal Ed Rooney, who is not about to let Ferris get away with his truancy.

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7. Pretty In Pink (1986)

Several Rewinders including John Hughes thought they got the ending wrong in this movie, but it still ranks high on the list maybe for just that reason. Remember it's better to have loved and lost than to never have loved before says Duckie.

Andie a good student develops a crush on Blane, the sensitive preppie. But Blane runs with a fast crowd of haughty rich kids, the kind of clique Andie and her new wavy best friend Duckie can't stand. Going against peer pressure and social expectations, they decides to date. But their big plans for the senior prom ultimately fall apart when Blane heeds to his preppie friends. Will Blane find the courage to claim what he really wants and give up the so-called friends he doesn't need? - Keep smiling Paul, if they didn't make Pretty In Pink with this ending, your favorite movie might not be the movie it is today.

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6. Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982)

Hey Bud Let's Party! Fast Times At Ridgemont High is simply a modern cult classic. First-time screenwriter Cameron Crowe went undercover as a high school student and came back with the straight dope on sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll, while capturing some of the most memorable screen characters ever. They're all here, from Stacy and Linda's sexual misadventures, to go-getter Brad's quick career in the world of fast food to the unforgettable Jeff Spicoli as the ultimate surfer dude. With all this talent behind it, no wonder "Fast Times At Ridgemont High" is a honest, fresh and funny look at high school life in the 80's.

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5. Back To The Future (1985)

It is the story of a Marty McFly who uses a time-traveling DeLorean invented by a wacky scientist Doc Brown, and is accidentally sent back in time to the 1950s. But the real problems start after he inadvertently disrupts the first meeting between his future parents--and his mom ends up falling for him instead. Eliciting help from the inventor of the time-machine (who is now thirty years younger), Marty must untangle the mess he's created, or he will never be born. If he can't influence them to fall in love, he might never exist! And if he somehow manages to succeed, he must then find a way to get "Back To The Future." I would love to time travel back to the 80's, how about you?

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4. Valley Girl (1983)

No. 4 on The Rewind, but No. 1 in my heart! Awesome movie with a great soundtrack.

Julie's Cool, Randy's Hot. She's from the Valley, he's like...so not!

Julie is, like, so over her preppy boyfriend Tommy, she dumps him on the escalator at the Galleria. Not Too Cool Julie, like I won't get bummed out. And when she meets punker Randy, her eyes practically bug out because she thinks he's sexy even though he makes her friends gag! But even if Randy's ready to stop the world and melt with her, can Julie risk losing her friends and her super-popularity at school just to be with him? I’m so sure! Like Totally!

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3. The Breakfast Club (1985)

Trapped in a day-long Saturday detention in a prison-like school library are Claire, the princess; Andrew, the jock; John, the criminal; Brian, the brain; and Allison, the basket case. These five strangers begin the day with nothing in common, each bound to his/her place in the high school caste system. Yet the students bond together when faced with the villainous principal, and they realize that they have more in common than they may think, including a contempt for adult society. "When you grow up, your heart dies," Allison proclaims in one of the film's many scenes of soul-searching. This movie represents something inside us all. Don't you forget about me.

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Sorry for interrupting, but will you be providing us with the other roughly 193 titles that were voted for? You don't need to give us summaries, but it would be great to see more than the 15 that were voted to the top.

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2. Sixteen Candles (1984)

Ooh. Sexy Girlfriend. The donger need food! Samantha Baker is a high school teenager who has a birthday. Unfortunately for her, her sister's wedding is the day after her birthday. Everyone (including her grandparents) forgets all about her birthday. Ted, is a geek who really digs Sam. Sam doesn't dig Ted, but gives him her panties anyway. Sam loves Jake Ryan who just found out how she feels. Jake already has a girlfriend named Carolyn. She's kind of a witch and Jake's kind of sick of it. He kinda digs Sam, but Sam doesn't know yet. There's a dance and then a party at Jake's afterwards. Jake saves Ted's life and Ted talks the whole thing over with Jake. Jake asks Ted to take Carolyn, who is passed out, home in his dad's Rolls Royce. This excited Ted a lot even though she's missing a large chunk of her hair thanks to Tracy. Ted doesn't drive very well. No matter... that's not important. Jake goes looking for Sam and eventually finds her at the church after Sam's sister's wedding. Jake takes Sam back to his place and gives her a birthday cake and her panties back. What a guy! They kiss and cue "If You Were Here" by The Thompson Twins.

By the way... There's a weird chinese guy named after a duck's dork up in Mike's room. This movie gave #1 a run for the money, you will soon understand it couldn't compete with its fortune.

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Just goes to show how heavily influenced by the US Rewinders the vote is. I'd never heard of either Valley Girl or Sixteen Candles before I came on here and doubt that they even compare to Aliens or Terminator...

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1. The Goonies (1985)

Goonies are good enuff. The Goonies follows a group of misfit kids as they search for buried treasure in a subterranean cavern. Here they cross the path of Mama Fratelli and her outlaw brood. Fortunately, the kids manage to befriend Fratelli's hideously deformed (but soft-hearted) son, who comes to their rescue. Goonies Never say Die....as you can see by it being the #1 Movie as voted by the Rewinders!

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The Recap With Rewind Review Page Links:

Top 15 All-Time Favorite 80's Movie Poll Results

1. The Goonies (1985)
2. Sixteen Candles (1984)
3. The Breakfast Club (1985)
4. Valley Girl (1983)
5. Back To The Future (1985)
6. Fast Times At Ridgemont High (1982)
7. Pretty In Pink (1986)
8. Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986)
9. The Lost Boys (1987)
10. Weird Science (1985)
11. Can't Buy Me Love (1987)
12. Some Kind Of Wonderful (1987)
13. The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
14. St. Elmo's Fire (1985)
15. Return Of The Jedi (1983)

As expected the debating has already begun, but everyone had an opportunity to vote and these were the results of combined group. When you get a chance you should really check out the links to the Rewind Review pages, Nick & Paul actually wrote most of the reviews for the movies listed. [Cool]

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quote:
Originally posted by NOMS. Aahh. Saviour of the universe:
Just goes to show how heavily influenced by the US Rewinders the vote is. I'd never heard of either Valley Girl or Sixteen Candles before I came on here and doubt that they even compare to Aliens or Terminator...

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It would be interesting to see how the results differed if you look at just US voters against the non-US votes.....
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What he said ^^^^^


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I didnt vote but my pick (16 Candles) made it to the #2 spot anyway so I'm satisfied.
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great job valley [Smile] i loved how you had a summary of the movie falling it [Smile] my hat goes off to all your hard work 3 cheers for valley [Smile]
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A few more interesting tidbits:

Movies voted #1 - 17 different movies

Valley Girl made #4 based solely on US voters and it was in the top 5 on twelve of those polls.

Pollers - 18 were from the US and 14 were non-US.

Movie on most polls - Goonies was on 20 polls, BTTF was on 16 polls

Year with the most Top 15 movies - 1985 with Five

US vote was pretty consistent, while the non-US vote was spread out among hundreds of movies. The main reason you are seeing the top movies you are is the diversity of the non-US vote, though Breakfast Club had more non-US votes than US votes.

Movies That Received a #1 Vote, but did not make the Top 15:

The Karate Kid (1984) (2 votes)
The Sure Thing (1985)
Stand By Me (1986)
Fire With Fire (1986)
Raiders Of The Lost Ark (1981)
Trick Or Treat (1986)
Batman (1989)
Planes, Trains, & Automobiles (1987)
Ladyhawke (1985)
Evil Dead II (1987)
Withnail & I (1987)

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That's good to know, but what about all the other titles? Enquiring minds want to know, Valley. Could you put up a list of all 208 nominees, please? No summaries needed...Just the list itself.

Sincerely,

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