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Jeannie
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Sorry Paul hun, didn't mean to bring up old wounds : )
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Hey Paul, dont feel bad.Sometimes, I would rather I wasn't noticed by guys in highschool as much as I was.A lot of other girls in my highschool thought I was a slut and made up a bunch of dumb rumors about me just because a lot of boys liked me, but that couldnt have been farther from the truth.I hung out with a lot of guys and just had fun and acted silly, and didn't neccesarrily date them, even though thats what the whole school thought.Sometimes, getting too much attention from the opposite sex can make highschool unbearable, but overall highschool was a blast.No responcibilities!
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Hi everyone from Moscow(Russia)!
This is my 5 favourite 80's films:
1.Jumpin' Jack Flash
2.Elvira
3.Modern Girls
4.Nightmare on Elm street
5.Romancing the stone

P.S.(bonus) and of course French romantic comedies "La Boum"(1980) and "La Boum-2"(1982) with young Sophie Marceau.


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My Top 3 dream girls:
1)Amanda Wyss(as Tina Gray) in "Nightmare on Elm st."
2)Heather Thomas (as Jane) in "Zapped!"
3)Heidi Sorenson (as a Hooker) in "Fright Night".

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cindymancini
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Ok, here is my list of top 5!

1. Sixteen Candles
2. Fast Times At Ridgemont High
3. Can't Buy Me Love
4. Valley Girl
5. Making The Grade


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cindymancini
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Oh yeah, I forgot Weird Science...that should've been on my list. I must say Mr. Hand, you have great taste in movies...Aloha!!
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Hola from Mexico city!!! Hi to the US and Moscow!!

Ok, my answer to both topics:

Top 5 movies

1. Streets of fire
2. St. Elmo's Fire
3. Flashdance
4. The Lost boys
5. Footloose

Dream girls on film:

1. Jennifer Beals, Alex in Flashdance, does anybody knows a girl like that??? If so, please ask her to write me, closest to perfection that I've never known.
2. Diane lane in Streets of fire, hot hot hot.
3. Jennifer Gray, Baby in Dirty dancing, Sweet, innocent, nice looking, kind of good dancer

And I think that's it. But Jennifer Belas ranks Number one on my all time babes follow by Sandra bullock (ok more of a 90's star but she did some things in the 80's)

Adios Amigos!!


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Streets Of Fire - what a great movie. Very underrated and rarely seen - but so, so good. As I said in my review (which ties in nicely to the topic) a friend of mine, after we saw the movie together, immediately said "That's #4 on my all time favorite movie list" - and he's the type of guy to be very serious about this!
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You're right, very underated, but still my top all time movie!!! (not just 80's) I've seen it maybe 150 times and each time I see it, I love it!!!!! I'll never get tired of seeing it.
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mina19972000
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to answer your earlier question paul,
i have yet to find a real cameron out there. maybe i'm unlucky, but i tend to meet a lot of in your face macho guys and the few potentials i have met were the same underneath it all. i'm not giving up though. :) i have my movies til the real thing comes along...

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My top five favorite 80's movies? Ooh, that's a tricky question... [Big Grin]

1) Poltergeist
2) Some Kind Of Wonderful
3) The Breakfast Club
4) Better Off Dead
5) Ferris Bueller's Day Off

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