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Army of Darkness (1991) love this movie so fantastic love Ash (Bruce Campbell) witty and funny
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The boyfriend school aka Dont tell her its me (1990)
Steve Guttenberd and Jami Gertz- a fat cartoonist changes his apperance and changes into Lobo the new zealand biker to win the affections of a girl- very 80ish liked it very nice movie

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Pump Up The Volume,with Christia Slater and Samantha Mathis.Have not seen this for years but watched it on TV last night,still great after all these years can't believe how young everyone looks.This is one of those strange films that i still think of as a sort of 80's film it just has that feel to it.
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Foxfire(1996)Angelina Jolie- girls rebel against teachers and parents
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Children of the Revolution (1996). Judy Davis, Sam Neill, F. Murray Abraham, Geoffrey Rush, Richard Roxburgh, Rachel Griffiths, Russell Kiefel and John Gaden. A fervid Australian communist travels to Russia, where she has a one night sexual encounter with dictator Josef Stalin, who then dies. Returning home, she marries and has his son and then watches him growing up emulating his father's insurgent manner.
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Wild at heart - I ****ing loved this  - It seemed a bit too normal for Lynch at first lol but then got crazier. My second fave so far behind Blue Velvet. Nicolas Cage was as awesome as in Raising Arizona in this. Thanks for the recommendation Jay and Crash [Smile] I've got Lost Highway, The Straight Story, Mulholland Drive and Inland Empire on the way. Can't wait to watch them.

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Jack Nance's "I have a dog" speech is hilarious, right up there with Cage and his jacket. [Cool] It's a great Lynch movie. Just nuts.
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Perhaps you even picture Toto  -
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Total Recall (1990)
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cyborg 2 (1993) with angelina jolie and elias koteas (who played casey jones and skinhead from some kind of wonderful).

this movie felt like it was early 80s, but i thought it was ok. i barely remember the first cyborg, so i will have to watch that one now.

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Ronnie I watched Stella from your recommendation on the other thread! it was ok.........think i'd seen it before [Smile] but a little slow....love me some Bette!
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cool muffy. [Smile]

i just love the scene where bette puts the cookie cakes in her eyes..trying to get her daughter to laugh.....cute scene!

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Dead On: Relentless II (1992)

This was a decent direct to video sequel.

L.A. Detective Sam Dietz (Leo Rossi), struggling to emotionally survive his previous big case (from in the first Relentless film)
is unwillingly paired with a shady FBI agent Kyle Valsone (Ray Sharkey),
during a case tracking another serial killer (Miles O'Keeffe), who kills seemingly at random.
Meanwhile, Dietz's wife Carol (Meg Foster) now estranged from him due to his long hours,
tries to deal with her current situation and their uncertain future. (Wikipedia)

It was nice to see Sharkey and OŽKeeffe and
i liked the fact that most supporting actors reprised their roles.

Relentless parts 3 & 4 are available on dvd as a double feature
so i gotta get that and see how this Dietz saga ends.

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Ok, I usually don't bring up the asian films here, since im on plenty of forums where that is discussed already, but I just had to mention the sheer awfulness/awesomeness that is...

ROBOTRIX- 1991

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Alternate and steamier poster art...

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This movie is like The Terminator, mixed with Robocop, mixed with softcore porn. Busty asian chicks, evil cyborgs and HK action.

aTomiK, you're getting a copy.... whether you like it or not, cuz this one has got your name written all over it [Smile]

Though you might wanna put the wife and kids to bed first [Wink]

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International posters always better than U.S. market.
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Sounds awesome Jay, i canŽt wait [Smile]
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Return to Two Moon Junction (1994). Melinda Clarke, John Clayton Schafer, Louise Fletcher, Wendy Davies, Yorgo Constantine, Molly Shannon, Montrose Hagins, Bill Hollis, Richard Keats and James T. Callahan. After discovering her boyfriend engaging in sexual infidelity at a fashion show, a fashion model returns home to Two Moon Junction, where she takes up residence in her grandmother's house and pursues a handsome local sculptor, despite her grandmother's opposition.
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Nuns on the Run - 1990. I first saw this at the cinema as a kid, and I know it is kind of ridiculous but that's what makes it great for me.
This is one of my favourite movies of all time.

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men at work

charlie sheen, emilo, keith david and chainsaw

some good jokes in that one

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I have still got the VHS cover for Men at Work. God knows what happened to the tape. Maybe it was switched.

I was just thinking about Men at Work today because in my criminology class the lecturer mentioned phrenology.

Men at Work is a great movie that definitely has 80's written all over it.

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lomax, golf clap?
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Golf Clap.

"Oh, looks like somebody threw away a perfectly good white boy."

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its pure snow! i cant feel the right side of my body!
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What is that from? It reminds me of Blow when Bob Goldthwaite, says I can't feel my face, just after he does a line of coke.
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pure snow is in better off dead

the line threw away a perfectly good white boy is in both men at work and better off dead

i thought you were quoting better off dead, but i realize its in both movies

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