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Totally 80’s Part Two

Okay, after I went to bed last night, I thought of a bunch more movies I should have included in my “totally 80’s” classics or great movies.

Who can forget Sally’s orgasm scene??

I don’t know how I forgot this one….this was a favorite of mine that I would watch over and over.

BIG! Tom Hanks! Shimmie Shimmie Cocoa Puff! Awesome.

Here ya go, Mar! E.T. I didn’t put it on the first list because I thought it was kinda like the Star Wars movies…not necessary… 🙂

SO SAD.

Chevy Chase, Christie Brinkley, Beverly DeAngelo….what a hilarious movie! Probably my favorite of the National Lampoon’s series.

Chris reminded me of this one. DUDE!

Friday Night Slumber Party CLASSIC horror movies. (btw-I am not listing all of the sequels of movies, because 1-most of them weren’t as good, and 2-you get the idea!)

NEEEERRRRRDDDDDSSSS!! <—say in Ogre voice!

HAHAHAHAHA! Oh..I still remember the Steve Guttenberg scene at the podium. Nice.

They’re heeeereee! Creepiest movies EVER.
Another classic sleepover movie.
Well…what can we say about this one? Every high school kids dream!

Robot movies are cool. Robot movies with Ally Sheedy are extra cool. Just sayin’.

There are tons of other great movies from the 80’s but these are some of our favorites, or most memorable.

I know as soon as I hit send I will think of another one I should have posted!

What movie did I forget? What movie are you hitting your forehead and saying How Could She Forget THAT movie???  Share in the comments!

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3 comments on “Totally 80’s Part Two

  1. Corrie Beebe
    October 15, 2011

    Which reminds me of two other movies.. Can't buy me love?? With Patrick Dempsey, and Say Anything with John Cusack!

  2. Corrie Beebe
    October 15, 2011

    Great movies! I never saw Some Kind of Wonderful…but The Breakfast Club and Risky Business were awesome 80's movie fun!

  3. Ann Richeda
    October 15, 2011

    2 major John Hughes' classics:The Breakfast ClubSome Kind of WonderfulRisky Business – the first R rated movie I saw after turning 17!

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