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    The Little Mermaid

    The Little Mermaid

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    Released 1989
    The Little Mermaid is a charming animated feature film that follows inquisitive young Princess Ariel (Jodi Benson) as she comes of age despite the best efforts of her father, King Triton (Kenneth Mars). Ariel, along with her best friend Flounder, spots a ship out on the seas celebrating the birthday of the human Prince Eric. Ariel sees and immediately falls in love with Eric who nearly drowns after King Triton causes a storm out of anger at his daughter's absence at her singing debut. Sebastian (Samuel E. Wright), the royal maestro and advisor to the king, is tasked with following the princess and ensuring she stays out of trouble. He has his hands full with Ariel, who foolishly seeks the help of the Sea Witch, Ursula (Pat Carroll), whose delusions of grandeur are topped only by her desire to see King Triton fall. This 1989 Disney classic is a timeless tale full of action, adventure and life lessons that is sure to captivate the imagination and warm the heart.moreless
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    The Goonies

    The Goonies

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    Released 1985
    The Goonies are gang of close friends whose houses are about to be foreclosed. The story follows the group of young friends who find an old map in their attic supposedly leading to the treasure of One-Eyed Willie, a pirate. The map leads them to an abandoned restaurant that is being used as a hideout for the Fratellis, a criminal family. The Goonies escape from the Fratellis into an underground cave hidden under the restaurant, however one member, Chunk, is captured by the Fratellis. The Goonies go through the caves escaping traps set by One-Eyed Willie and looking for treasure. The eventually stumble upon Willie's pirate ship, The Inferno, and all of the treasure. While leaving the ship The Goonies are confronted and captured by the Fratellies. The Goonies are saved by the arrival of Chunk and his new friend, the Fratellis' deformed member Sloth.moreless
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    Annie: Special Anniversary Edition

    Annie: Special Anniversary Edition

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    Released 1982
    Annie is a musical film directed by John Huston adapted from the stage music of the same name and the Little Orphan Annie comic strip by Harold Gray that centers on Annie (Aileen Quinn), a young orphan living in the Hudson Street Orphanage in New York City who has hope that some day her parents would return to get her. Known for her never-ending optimism and her knack for constantly running away, Annie finds herself rebelling against the drunken tyrant Miss Hannigan (Carol Burnett), the orphanage's caretaker. Much to Miss Hannigan's dismay, it seems Annie and her newfound dog Sandy are taken into the home of billionaire Oliver Warbucks (Albert Finney), thanks to his need for a public image boost and the compassion of Miss Grace Farrell (Ann Reinking). As Annie is exposed to a world full of possibilities, Miss Hannigan conspires with her con-artist brother Rooster (Tim Curry) and his girlfriend Lily St. Regis (Bernadette Peters) to get Warbucks's reward for Annie's parents to return.moreless
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    National Lampoon's Vacation

    National Lampoon's Vacation

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    Released 1983
    Clark Griswold is a food additives researcher and suburban family man. Eager to bond with his beautiful wife, Ellen Griswold, and his moody kids, Russel Griswold and Audrey Griswold, he packs up and drags the family out on a cross-country road trip to explore everything in the United States from Chicago, Illinois to Wally World in Los Angeles, California. Since this is a National Lampoon film and thus a comedy, it is to be expected that things do not turn out at all as Clark had expected them to. Follow the Griswolds on their epic west-bound adventure across the United States of America, as they deal with everything from a crappy rental car, to a disastrous skinny dipping experience, to some wacky relatives.moreless
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    The Princess Bride

    The Princess Bride

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    Released 1987
    The main narrative of the movie is told as a story from a grandfather to his sick grandson, and the two frame the movie and interrupt during various scenes. The grandfather's story focuses on Buttercup, a young woman who falls in love with her farmhand, Westley, who answers her every demand with, "As you wish." When Westley leaves Buttercup's farm to search for money so that they can get married, he is attacked by the Dread Pirate Roberts and is believed to be dead. Although Buttercup does not get over her true love's death, she agrees to marry Prince Humperdinck but is kidnapped before the wedding by the Sicilian Vizzini, who is known for saying "Inconceivable!" to everything, the rather large Fezzik, and Inigo Montoya, who is searching for the man who killed his father so he can say, "Hello, My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die." When Westley returns as the new Dread Pirate Roberts to save his love from her captors, the two must escape rodents of unusual size, a prince with an eye toward murder, and even death itself.moreless
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    Back to the Future

    Back to the Future

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    Released 1985
    Marty McFly is a rebellious teen who befriends the local eccentric scientist Dr. Emmett Brown, constantly at his heels and lending his hand with the doctor's experiments. One night, he meets the 'Doc' at a secluded mall to test his latest invention: a time machine fashioned out of a DeLorean. Before you can say, 'Great Scott', the Doc has been murdered by the Libyan terrorists he cheated out of some Plutonium which he needed to power the device. Marty escapes in the time machine to the year 1955, where he accidentally bumps into his parents, effectively changing history so that his mother is now infatuated with him! If Marty doesn't want to evaporate from existence, he must now get his parents to fall in love so that he may be created one day and then get back to the future!moreless
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    E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial

    E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial

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    Released 1982
    Henry Thomas, Drew Barrymore and Robert MacNaughton star in the unforgettable story of a lost alien and the 10-year-old boy who helps him find his way home. Digitally remastered for optimal picture and sound, this astounding story is sure to thrill viewers of all ages again with its timeless message of trust, courage, and the overwhelming power of friendship.moreless
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    The Shining

    The Shining

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    Released 1980
    The Shining is the 1980 epic horror film directed by the legendary Stanley Kubrick from the bestselling novel by horror king Stephen King. Produced under lavish conditions, the film stars Jack Nicholson (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Chinatown) as Jack Torrance, a troubled, former schoolteacher/alcoholic writer who has just secured a job taking care of the labyrinthine Overlook Hotel in the Colorado Rockies for the winter, who brings his family along to accompany him on the journey, which is made up of his wife Wendy (Shelley Duvall) and son Danny. But upon arriving at the breathtaking place, he is informed of its decidedly checkered past, capped by the mental breakdown and murder spree of its previous caretaker. Jack takes the news in stride and vows to do his best with the task with which he's been charged. But with the onset of the winter, so comes the onset of strange supernatural activity within the hotel's walls. To make matters worse, Jack's son Danny possesses a rather unique gift ' that of precognition or 'shining' ' which gets the guests into some of the most terrifying situations in film history.moreless
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    Batman

    Batman

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    Released 1989
    The film deals with the origin of Batman's signature villain, the Joker. Jack Napier is the second in command of crime boss Carl Grissom sent to rob a chemical plant. The police are tipped off and show up to confront the criminal. A shootout begins as Batman arrives on the scene and in a strange twist of fate, causes Napier to fall into a vat of chemicals. Thought to be dead, Napier soon emerges from the chemicals horribly disfigured to look like a clown, driven insane, and calling himself the Joker. As the Joker, Napier takes over Grissom's mob and terrorizes Gotham City with deadly laughing gas. While Batman is attempting to foil the Joker's evil plans.moreless
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    Caddyshack

    Caddyshack

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    Released 1980
    Caddyshack is the Snobs vs. Slobs story of Danny Noonan (Michael O’Keefe), Ty Webb (Chevy Chase), Carl Spackler (Bill Murray), Lacey Underall (Cindy Morgan), and the rest of Bushwood Country Club’s employees and members. Released in 1980, Caddyshack was Harold Ramis’ first directing effort. Over the years, it has become the standard for ensemble comedies, aging perfectly and remaining one of the world’s most quoted films. Danny Noonan is the oldest child in a large, poor family. There’s no way his parents can pay for college, they only way he can go is if he can convince the clubs most prominent (and snobby) member, Judge Smails (Ted Knight), to give him the Caddy Scholarship. To that end, Danny crosses over into the world of the snobs, turning his back on his girlfriend, Maggie, and hooking up with Lacey Underall in the process. In the meantime, new member and total slob, Al Czervik (Rodney Dangerfield) challenges Judge Smails to a game of golf for control of the club. Will Danny forget his slob roots and fight for the snobs?moreless
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    The Executioner's Song

    The Executioner's Song

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    Released 1982
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    Teen Wolf Too

    Teen Wolf Too

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    Released 1987
    Teen Wolf Too is a 1987 comedy written by Tim King and directed by Christopher Leitch. It is a sequel of the 1985 film, Teen Wolf. Todd Howard (Jason Bateman) is the cousin of the teenage werewolf played by Micheal J. Wolf in the original. Todd shares is cousin's unusual genetic traits and is also a werewolf. Todd is in college and on the school's boxing team. He was recruited and given a full scholarship because of his family's history, werewolves have their advantages playing sports. However, thus far Todd has not manifested as a werewolf, sometimes it skips a generation. With the team's season in the tank, and his college career on the line, Todd worries that he is the family exception. When Todd finally becomes a werewolf, the effects are shocking. He is not prepared for the publicity of his newly found athleticism and fame. He then must relearn humility and how to live as a werewolf.moreless
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    Miss Marple: 4:50 from Paddington

    Miss Marple: 4:50 from Paddington

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    Released 1987
    Elspeth McGillicuddy is travelling on the 4:50 train from Paddington, London to St. Mary Mead to visit her old friend, Miss Marple. On the way, the train draws to a halt and another train draws alongside it. In the carriage opposite, the window blind suddenly snaps up, revealing a tall, dark man strangling a woman to death. Almost immediately the train chugs away, leaving a shocked Mrs. McGillicuddy to realize that she has witnessed a murder. At St. Mary Mead, Mrs. McGillicuddy loses no time in telling her story--but the police are dismissive. They have no body and believe it was the product of an elderly lady??s confused mind. Miss Marple, however, knows her friend better. Her inquiries lead her to an estate near the railway line. Rutherford Hall is a huge, Gothic mansion and the home of Luther Crackenthorpe, an elderly widower who is cared for by his daughter, Emma.moreless
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    Cocoon

    Cocoon

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    Released 1985
    Cocoon is the 1985 science fiction smash from superstar director Ron Howard (A Beautiful Mind, Cinderella Man, Ransom). Arthur 'Art' Selwyn (Don Ameche,Trading Places), Benjamin 'Ben' Luckett (Wilford Brimley, The Thing) and Joseph 'Joe' Finley (Hume Cronyn) are three ordinary old men living in the home, and they are annoyed that their swimming pool isn't heated. Meanwhile, Jack Bonner (Steve Guttenberg, Police Academy) has his boat hired by three ordinary looking people, Walter (Brian Dennehy), Kitty (Tahnee Welch, daughter of Raquel) and Doc (Mike Nomad) for three weeks, so that they collect some special underwater things, what look like rocks. These rocks, or rather cocoons, are put into their house swimming pool, and not long later Art, Ben and Joe are trespassing while they are gone to use the pool. After using the pool, they are discovering they can do more physical things they could not before, in other words, they are feeling young again. By accident, Jack discovers that his three passengers are aliens wearing skin suits, they call themselves Antereans, and they are on Earth collecting cocoons containing their friends, Jack agrees to help them, and knows they mean no harm. As the three old men embrace their new found youthfulness, they also discover the secret of the Antereans, and also the other old people in the home.moreless
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    My Chauffeur

    My Chauffeur

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    Released 1986
    A perky young woman is recruited to join an all-male, all-snobby limousine service. Although given the most difficult assignments, she prospers and ultimately wins not only the respect and admiration of the other drivers, but also the love of her toughest assignment....her boss' son!moreless
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    Transformers: The Movie

    Transformers: The Movie

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    Released 1986
    Transformers: The Movie is a film based on the animated TV show about shape shifting "Transformers". The movie displays a battle set in the year 2005 between the heroic Autobots and the evil Decepticons. Led by Optimus Prime (voiced by Peter Cullen), the Autobots must save their home planet Cybertron from Unicron (voiced by Orson Welles). Unicron is a planet transformer that devours any and all civilizations in his path. Alongside Unicron are the Decepticons, led by Megatron (voiced by Frank Welker), who are also seeking to destroy the Autobots home planet. The Autobot Matrix of Leadership could be the only thing that can stop Unicron and the Decepticons. As battles are fought, lives are lost, and new leaders rise among the transformer ranks in an all out fight to save not only themselves, but their entire civilization. Directed by Neleson Shin, and released in 1986, this 84 minute long animated action thriller has it all.moreless
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    The Black Cauldron

    The Black Cauldron

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    Released 1985
    The Black Cauldron is the 1985 animated family adventure classic from Walt Disney Pictures that was seven years in the making and well worth the wait. The story follows a young pig keeper as he tries to protect a magical pig from the forces of darkness. The pig has the power to tell the future when its face is dipped in a pool of water, and an evil Horned King seeks the creature in order to use its magical skill to locate a long-lost black cauldron. If the black cauldron ever falls into the hands of the Horned King, then he will become all-powerful and rule the land. Featuring the voice talents of Nigel Hawthorne, Phil Fondacaro, Grant Bardsley, the film was the first Disney animated theatrical feature to receive a PG rating, was the first animated Disney film made in cooperation with Silver Screen Partners II and was the last film to be shot in the Super Technirama 70 70mm widescreen system.moreless
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    Starman

    Starman

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    Released 1984
    Starman is a science-fiction/fantasy film directed by John Carpenter that tells the tale of an alien (Jeff Bridges) responding to an invitation on a gold phonograph record installed on one of Earth's Voyager space probes. Though the invitation spoke of peace, the United States government shoots down the alien craft with the intention to capture and study the inhabitants. The alien, calling himself Starman as he is a star charter, stumbles upon a grieving widow Jenny Hayden (Karen Allen) and patterns himself on her deceased husband, who she had not quite expected to see when she woke up. The Starman is given three days to meet the mothership or he would die, most likely from the not-so-friendly treatment he would receive in the potential capture by the U.S. government, led by NSA Chief Fox (Richard Jaeckel). In the two thousand miles from Wisconsin to Meteor Crate, Arizona, Jenny Hayden manages to develop a strange and wonderful relationship with the curious alien clone of her husband just as Starman begins to understand humanity and ultimately what it means to be human. Starman is the only John Carpenter film to have an Academy Award nomination (Best Actor) for Jeff Bridges. The film also inspired a short-lived TV series, starring Robert Hays and Christopher Daniel Barnes.moreless
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    Locusts: The 8th Plague

    Locusts: The 8th Plague

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    Released 1983
    Genetic engineering was meant to change nature's greatest scourge into perfect insecticide. Now their hunger has no limit, and human flesh has become their favorite food. Starring David Keith, Dan Cortese, and Jule Benz.moreless
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    Johnny Be Good

    Johnny Be Good

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    Released 1988
    Johnny Be Good is a film focused on highschool football star Johnny Walker (Anthony Michael Hall). Johnny is such a successful athlete that he was aggressively recruited by many colleges and universities. The schools offer him everything that he wants in life, such as girls, money, cars, and free lodging. His friend, Leo Wiggins (Robert Downey Jr.), frequently advises him to experience what each institution has to offer before making any decisions. However, his girlfriend Georgia (Uma Thurman) wants him to go to the same school that she is going to so that he can play football and get a great education under her watchful eye. Johnny's dilemma stems from the fact that every school, except for the one his girlfriend is going to, offers him a variety of perks, but he will disappoint his girlfriend if doesn't choose the same one as her. The film was directed by Bud Smith and produced by the Orion Pictures Corporation.moreless
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