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Top 150 Greatest 80s Movies (2022 List)


150 Best Films from the 1980s

In the 1980s, movies were big business. They were also a great source of inspiration for writers. This is why they are so popular today.

In the 1980s, Hollywood was very creative and full of imagination. For example, there was no such thing as "blockbuster" movie in that era. There were just a lot of blockbusters (like Star Wars and Jurassic Park) or just a few blockbusters (like The Godfather).

The 1980s were a decade of great cultural achievements. They brought many technological innovations, including the first personal computers, the internet and video games.

The 1980s were also a period of great artistic achievements. Some famous movies of that decade include "Fatal Attraction", "The Goonies", "Back to the Future" and "Star Wars".

In the 1980s, movies had a very different look and feel. The big studios were owned by wealthy movie moguls who wanted to make sure that their movies would be remembered for decades to come. They invested a lot of money and time in the production of the films and they didn't want them to be forgotten. They were therefore very careful in how they presented their films.

The 1980s were also a period where many new technologies were introduced into the world of entertainment. For example, computers came on the scene and people started using them to write scripts for movies and television shows (as well as doing other things like playing games).

In this section we will focus on two technologies: computers and video game consoles (e.g., Atari, Commodore 64 or Apple II).

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  1. Star Wars Episode V: Empire Strikes Back
  2. Raiders of Lost Ark
  3. Back to the Future
  4. Terminator
  5. Die Hard
  6. Scarface
  7. The Shining
  8. E.T. The Extra Terrestrial
  9. Full Metal Jacket
  10. Aliens
  11. Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
  12. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
  13. Rain Man
  14. The Princess Bride
  15. Ferris Bueller’s Day off
  16. Ghostbusters
  17. The Thing
  18. Blade Runner
  19. Predator
  20. Platoon
  21. Batman
  22. Raging Bull
  23. The Lost Boys
  24. The Goonies
  25. The Breakfast Club
  26. Airplane
  27. The Untouchables
  28. Labyrinth
  29. When Harry Met Sally…
  30. Raising Arizona
  31. Back to the Future II
  32. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
  33. The Evil Dead
  34. Once upon a Time in America
  35. Das Boot
  36. Top Gun
  37. This is Spinal Tap
  38. Lethal weapon
  39. First Blood
  40. Poltergeist
  41. Beetlejuice
  42. The Blues Brothers
  43. RoboCop
  44. The Elephant Man
  45. Brazil
  46. The Karate Kid
  47. A Christmas Story
  48. The Little Mermaid
  49. The Abyss
  50. Big
  51. Good Morning,Vietnam
  52. Caddyshack
  53. SpaceBalls
  54. Who framed Roger Rabbit?
  55. Beverly Hills Cop
  56. Dirty Dancin
  57. Gremlins
  58. The Fly
  59. Gandhi
  60. Big Trouble in Little China
  61. Tootsie
  62. The Never Ending Story
  63. Grave of the Fireflies
  64. My Neighbor Tortoro
  65. Akira
  66. A Fish Called Wanda
  67. Trading Places
  68. Field of Dreams
  69. Wall Street
  70. A Nightmare on Elm Street
  71. Christmas Vacation
  72. Cinema Paradiso
  73. Blue Velvet
  74. Conan the Barbarian
  75. Glory
  76. Escape from New York
  77. Coming to America
  78. Evil Dead II
  79. Police Academy
  80. RAN
  81. The Naked Gun: From the files of Police Squad
  82. Mad Max II: The Road warrior
  83. Highlander
  84. Willow
  85. Star Trek II: The Wrath of the Khan
  86. Empire of the Sun
  87. The Running Man
  88. Dune
  89. Twins
  90. Commando
  91. TRON
  92. Honey I Shrunk the Kids
  93. Planes, Trains and Automobiles
  94. Friday the 13th
  95. Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure
  96. The Name of the Rose
  97. Born on the Fourth of July
  98. Crocodile Dundie
  99. Tango and Cash
  100. Fast times at Ridgemont High
  101. Blood Simple.
  102. Angel Heart
  103. Pet Sematary
  104. Witness
  105. Say anything…
  106. The Last Emperor
  107. Sixteen Candles
  108. Mississippi Burning
  109. Hellraiser
  110. Licence to kill
  111. Castle in the Sky
  112. The Color of Money
  113. Octopussy
  114. The God must Be Crazy
  115. An American Werewolf in London
  116. Wargames
  117. Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind
  118. For Your Eyes Only
  119. They Live
  120. Heathers
  121. Clue
  122. Splash
  123. Uncle Buck
  124. Vacation
  125. Driving Miss Daisy
  126. The Color Purple
  127. Romancing the Stone
  128. Do the Right thing
  129. Midnight Run
  130. Kiki’s Delivery Service
  131. Dangerous Liasons
  132. Child’s Play
  133. Scrooged
  134. Hannah and her Sisters
  135. Weird Science
  136. The Outsiders
  137. Day of the Dead
  138. Videodrome
  139. The Land before time
  140. Risky Business
  141. iThree Amigos
  142. Fatal Attraction
  143. Bloodsport
  144. 48 Hrs.
  145. Dirty Rotten Sc0ndrels
  146. The Fox and the Hound
  147. Excalibur
  148. Manhunter
  149. Major League
  150. The Burbs

What was film like in the 1980s?

The film industry is a medium that has been around for a long time. The movie industry was born during the silent era and it has evolved into an entertainment industry over the years. It is still very much alive with movies being produced every year. Movies are one of the most popular forms of entertainment and their production has become quite profitable for Hollywood.

The movie industry was also affected by technological advancements such as sound and film editing. The technology that helped to make films more realistic and realistic to watch, was called 'cinema'. It was invented by Lumière Brothers in 1895 which revolutionized filmmaking in Europe, especially France. It provided movies with a new way of presenting content to the audience by using light instead of sound or moving images on screen. Though it wasn't widely used until the

This section is about the history of film and how it was made. It begins with a brief summary of the history of film, and then looks at some famous films from that era.

These are three stories from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s that have been adapted for television: "The Adventures of Robin Hood" (1948), "The Adventures of Robin Hood" (1955) and "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves" (1966). They were all produced by Walt Disney Productions and are considered to be among his best work.

In the 1980s, film was a very different medium. It was a new kind of art form. A lot of people had never seen a movie before, so they were not sure what to expect from it. The narrative style and the way the characters were portrayed in films changed significantly over time. They used to be about romance and drama but now films are all about action and adventure.

In 1980s, there were a lot of movies that we enjoyed. Most of them were made with the help of computers.

This section is about the top 5 movies of the 1980s. The movie "Gremlins" was a big hit in the 80s, but it is also considered as one of the best horror movies ever made. It has been widely acclaimed for its unique style and humor. In this article, we will discuss what makes this movie so popular and popular today, as well as its influence on culture and society.

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