Originally Posted by Dennis
Honestly Dennis, I saw the post, but I couldn't think of anything to say about it. I liked the movie but didn't think it to be something I could have a deeper discussion on. It was something I see being on TBS and I might keep it on for a bit, but the moment the first commercial break comes up, I'll be surfing my guide and probably clicking over to a re-run of Storage Wars.
Originally Posted by Iron Ape
I think my two "fondest" films from the 80s were St. Elmo's Fire, Wargames, and Weird Science. I know the first film is more nostalgic because it's one of the first movies I remember seeing in a theater with my mother in the 90s (the theater here was doing an 80s film marathon as a special and being that the film was one of her favorites, I saved up my money earned on a side job after school and took her to go see it.). The second I still find enjoyment in that the film always seems to spark the interest of the kid in me, much like the Goonies still does. The third is simply because I was a bit of a nerdy kid in Junior High and the two characters struck home with the person I was before I started playing sports in high school.