Cheesy movies from the 80s.....

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  1. lizbaby007

    lizbaby007 New Member

    So many good "cheesy 80's flicks" have been mentioned. Bringing back a ton of memories :thumbsup2

    Does anyone remember the movie VIBES with Cyndi Lauper? I swear I am the only person who ever saw that movie. Not only did I see it, but loved it lol!

    How about Coming to America?
     
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  3. blana

    blana New Member

    GREAT cheesy movie. "I'm proud to be voted this month Miss August. It's an honor I'll try to remember for as long as I can!"
     
  4. Gumbo4x4

    Gumbo4x4 <font color=blue>Note to the ladies who forgot to

    Spring Break
    Valley Girls
    Where The Boys Are '84
    Up In Smoke
     
  5. Kathryn Merteuil

    Kathryn Merteuil Barden Bella

    Not sure it was cheesy, but Breakfast Club was amazing.
     
  6. FlightlessDuck

    FlightlessDuck <font color=orange>Pluto's personal nose scratcher

    A lot of these I wouldn't call cheesy, which probably says something about my taste in movies...
     
  7. MinnieLovesMickey

    MinnieLovesMickey Peyton Manning's #1 Fan!

    Mannaquin
    Plain Clothes
    Real Genius
    Can't Buy Me Love
    European Vacation
     
  8. luvmy3

    luvmy3 <font color=green>When I drink I find its easier t

    When I look back at the 80's I think pretty much everything was cheesy. In a good way of course.
     
  9. I do too, another Jeff Goldblum cheesy movie!

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    Ladyhawke (story isn't really cheesy, but the soundtrack, holy smokes!!!!)
    Time Bandits
    Krull
    The Sword and the Sorcerer
     
  10. Diznotyzed

    Diznotyzed <font color=magenta>Mesmerized by the Sunday Night

    If you liked Christopher Atkins, you should watch "The Blue Lagoon". You'll see ALL of him in it!
     
  11. JessicaR

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  12. shoney

    shoney New Member

    Airplane! I was only 8 when it came out and I thought it was the funniest movie I ever saw.

    Beat Street was pretty cheesy!!!
     
  13. wiigirl

    wiigirl New Member

    My absolute favorite 80s movie.
     
  14. branv

    branv <font color=blue>The safety feature in my parents

    My brother spent an entire summer quoting "They Call Me Bruce" Soooo cheesy, and in hindsight, most definitely not something a preteen should have been quoting, let alone watching. My parents really should have rethought those cable channels.

    Totally agree on "The Last Starfighter". Egads, and "C.H.U.D." and "Buckaroo Bonzai". What a trip.
     
  15. JessicaR

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  16. cybrkitn

    cybrkitn <font color=blue>We called it Bonko<br><font color

    OMG! I loved the last 4 that you mentioned! I remember going to the movie theater to see Time Bandits and Krull.

    DH and I were talking recently about the graphics of older movies and how they looked compared to now. We were watching The Shadow when we got on the topic.
     
  17. Poohbug

    Poohbug Sherlocked

    I love cheesy movies from the 80's.

    Just watched The Three Amigos a couple of weeks ago. The kids loved it. I love Steve Martin and the kids have an uncle that looks exactly like Chevy Chase. They love seeing Uncle Paul on TV and in movies.

    I own Adventures in Babysitting

    Now we are watching cheesy TV shows from the 80's. Just picked up the first season of The Greatest American Hero. :happytv: Best 80's hair ever on a man.
     
  18. Deb in IA

    Deb in IA <font color=magenta>Knows that KIDS are better tha

    I don't think anyone mentioned Ice Castles - well, technically it came out in 1978.
     
  19. MomofKatie

    MomofKatie <font color="pink">Maybe if you leave some chocola

    "We forgot about the roses..." Loved that movie- made me cry so hard!!
     
  20. iluvallthingsdisney

    iluvallthingsdisney New Member

    Midnight Madness
     
  21. trishwal

    trishwal Convince me to take our family to Disneyland.

    "All of Me" Lily Tomlin and Steve Martin. Classic body-switch movie.

    ...put back in bowl...
     

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