I’m not usually a fan of movies that depict sex as an end-all-be-all, but Hot Moves redeems itself once or twice.
Sole Survivor is a horror movie with mystique. Eberhardt keeps us at a distance, but never leaves us stranded there. He earns our trust that we’ll get a proper payoff in the end. And when it happens, it’s extremely satisfying.
Though Night of the Comet loses steps here and there, it’s masterful at exuding a 1980s feel: malls, movie theaters, arcades, and radio stations.
Bachelor Party holds up unbelievably well. The humor is still top notch by today’s standards.
C.H.U.D. isn’t without its flaws, but they’re fairly innocuous as we never expected much to begin with.
Meatballs Part II gets a bad rap, but I’m not really sure why.
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We all know the theme song. Society has long been ingraining it into our heads since forever. And no matter … More