As the other project develops I will post the new film links here for all to find.
The Ultimate Movie for the Year 1984.
This time, Mel Gibson saves the farm.
Sergio Leone's take on American Gangsters.
Gene Simmons Movie Debut.
Diane Keaton as a double agent. Annie Hall Goes to Terror Camp.
George Burns the Screen as the Devil.
Francis Coppola and Gangsters, What could go wrong?
This is a perfect example of 80s style film.
A Showpiece for Jack Lemmon, not that he needed one.
Matt Dillon stars but Richard Crenna Steals the Show.
The Sequel that no one needed. Still a good film for it's limitations.
The Adult Version of E.T.
Maybe the most forgotten film on the list.
Going overboard on a movie that I love, despite it's faults.
Bigamy is an Oxymoron with Dudley Moore.
The most boring love story ever.
A Star is Born.
Bill Murray really wants to be an actor.
This is the one that made Arnold a star.
Paul McCartney's not very good home movie.
Brian DePalma proves he is a master visualist.
A Bad Day for Education.
Wes Craven's Masterpiece of Horror.
Part Two of this Years Save the Farm Trilogy.
The First of Three "Save the Farm" films from 1984.
A Depressing Comedy, but with a Topless Sharon Stone.
Steve Martin in a timeless comic performance.
Best Film of the Decade.
Oscar Bait, with a great black cast.
Charles Bronson Kills people, Nuff Said.
Star Wars Wanna-be without any Space Ships or imagination but a lot of nudity.
Affairs of the heart are hard to fathom.
Rob Lowe Travels 6,000 miles to go rowing.
A link to Forgotten Films Podcast, guest starring...Me.
This one is Weird, even for Indie.
If Dirty Harry really were a dirty old man.
A Sex Farce with Gene Wilder, eh, OK.
The Nightmare before the Matrix at it's Inception.
No matter where you go...there you are.
E.T.s best friend is a spy!
Play date for the Cold War Era.
Time Travel story wasted.
Let's go Crazy, Lets eat nuts.
Not much stoner humor here, but it would be improved by being stoned.
Computer Love in the 80s, not what you think.
Weird movie but a good fantasy.
The good teen sex comedy that summer.
A Charm offensive will overwhelm your sense.
A "Movie I Want Everyone to See" from 30 Years On.
Poor Tom Hanks, this movie will be around to haunt him regardless of Oscar wins.
What he destroys is this franchise.
Even the poster reveals that it is crap.
Wax on, wax off.
Who ya gonna call?
Shhh! Don't let anyone know how silly this is, it's a secret.
My Favorite Film from 1984
A Good one,despite having an odd number.
Where Rock and Roll Dreams come true.
Adventure has a name, if yo need to know what it is, click here.
Baseball mythologized by Barry Levinson and Robert Redford.
Mel Gibson, Anthony Hopkins, Daniel Day-Lewis, Liam Neeson, why are you waiting? Click now.
A long break between 80s movies ends.
Not the "Cool As Ice" Rapper of the 80s.
Patriotism through the Eyes of an Outsider.
The best looking, most realistic Tarzan movie ever.
How do you say no to a Romantic Adventure Story? You don't.
Who ya gonna call? Not these guys.
So my parents said this is what it was like.
Fantastic romantic comedy. Everyone loves Splash.
Better than I remembered, but still can't match the book.
Finally, A Great Movie to Match the Title of the Project.
More than Just Phil Collins warbling.
Angry punks make a movie for malcontents everywhere.
Cause I Gotta Cut Loose.
A rarity, A Michael Caine film that is weak because of Michael Caine.
I did not remember this one well, and when I watched it, I knew why.
The First Post is a Woody Allen Film that is very entertaining.
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