Kindergarten Cop: A Fun Family Flick

Arnold Schwarzenegger is a policeman in California. He is following a man in the mall. A man named Danny and a woman come to meet him in a back room to exchange goods for money.

Matt Damon – Everything You Need To Know

Matthew Paige “Matt” Damon is an American actor, screenwriter and a philanthropist. He was born on October 8, 1970, in Cambridge, Massachusetts to Kent Telfer Damon and Nancy Carlsson-Paige. He attended the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School. He performed in several high school theater productions. He later attended Harvard University but dropped out to pursue his career in acting as he had landed a big part in “Geronimo: An American Legend” but wrongly judged its success.

Flight of the Navigator (1986)

Not all kids’ Sci-Fi movies in the 1980s were light-hearted affairs and ‘Flight of The Navigator,’ despite its humorous elements, has a darker tone than most releases of the time and is closer in style to Stephen Spielberg’s earlier ‘E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial’ (1982). This Disney film’s plotline turned on the mysterious disappearance and reappearance eight years later of a young boy, David Scott Freeman (played by an overly-winsome Joey Cramer, a child actor who’s career didn’t really outlast the ’80s).

List of Funny Movies

Looking for a list of funny movies? That’s what you’ll find in this article. From old school favorites to modern classics, there’s something here for everyone who likes to laugh.

Labyrinth (1986)

Surely there is nothing more frightening in this world than the words, ‘starring David Bowie.’ Well actually, yes, there probably is, but in the world of cinema few things come closer. Admittedly the Thin White Duke has had his thespian moments, notably as the assassin Colin Morris in 1985’s darkly neurotic, spot-the-director movie ‘Into The Night.’

The Films of Quentin Tarantino, a Homage to the Seventies – Part 1

In the first films of Quentin Tarantino Reservoir Dogs (1992) and Pulp Fiction (1994) the genre of the Nouvelle Violence was defined, but he was also the initiator of the Seventies revival in the movie-theatre. From the second half of the Nineties a considerable amount of films have been released that are situated in the Seventies. Todd Haynes’ Velvet Goldmine (1998) leads us back to the glamrock of the Seventies, while the Last Days of Disco (Whit Stillman, 1998) and 54 (Mark Christopher, 1998) revive the disco era…

Bluethunder (1984) and Airwolf (1984-1987)

Do you remember the 1980s? Big hair, big shoulder pads, big snoods, and big trousers? It was a strange time to be live through, even as a kid (let’s be honest).

The Last Starfighter (1984)

In the early and mid-1980s computer-generated imagery (CGI) was still in its infancy. 1982 had seen it in wide scale use in the classic Disney Science-Fiction hit, ‘Tron,’ and a few other movies had also experimented with the technique but none to any great extent. Traditional model and miniature-based effects remained the norm, even with the major hitters in Sci-Fi like ‘Return of the Jedi’ (1983).

The Adventures of Brisco County Jr (1993 – 1994)

Bruce Campbell: legend! What other way could you describe the star of such seminal Horror hits as ‘The Evil Dead’ (1981), the gloriously over-the-top medieval-horror romp ‘Army of Darkness’ (1993) and the slow moving dark-fantasy ‘Bubba Ho-tep’ (2003). However Bruce’s greatest moment was perhaps not on the silver screen but on the small screen in the innovative steampunk-meets-Old West-meets Fantasy television series ‘The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr.

Flash Gordon (1980)

If there is another Science-Fiction movie with a title song to outdo the opening notes of Freddie Mercury and Queen’s electro-operatic ‘Flash’ I have yet to hear it. As flamboyant as the film it heralded it remains a drum-thumping, set-the-bass-to-maximum classic. And the same can be said for this 1980s ode to the black-and-white ‘Flash Gordon’ serials of the 1930s (and the comic strips that in turn inspired them).

Battle of The Planets (1978 – 1985)

‘G-FORCE!’ If you were unlucky enough not to have had your childhood in the late 1970s and ’80s then those legendary words probably mean nothing to you. But to an entire generation of children they became the call-sign of one of the most celebrated animated Science-Fiction series of the era – so much so that the original name of the show, ‘Battle of the Planets,’ was almost forgotten in favour of the name of the team of superhero orphans that it focused on: G-Force.

Jerry Bruckheimer – Everything You Need To Know

Jerry Bruckheimer, born as Jerome Leon “Jerry” Bruckheimer on September 21, 1945 is an American film and television producer. He is considered one of the most successful movies makers of all times. Many of his films were produced by Disney and Paramount, and the television series were produced by Warner Brothers. He is called “Mr. Blockbuster” for his track record of highly successful commercial ventures. His work is said to have brought approximately $13 billion to Hollywood and paved way for launching many of the actors and directors.