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    I was working out and rewatching this for no good reason other than the fact I hadn't seen it in decades, and the saxaphone comes on the soundtrack at the end.

    They really overdid the sax in movies back then.

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    Stop living in the past.

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    I found some.

    [youtube="cSlPC4z4jvg"]Return of the Killer Tomatoes![/youtube]

    [youtube="Y_pBD-1P9c8"]Hell Comes to Frogtown[/youtube]

    I knew there was something.

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    Someone I like was having nostalgic feelings for a fantasy movie called Ladyhawke. I watched it, but because I didn't have a baseline of fond memories of it, I found it dreadful. The concept was good, but it couldn't save the movie in my opinion. The score is especially bad. Broderick's accent comes and goes. I can see how this movie is special to many people who grew up with it, but I would never watch it again.

    Recently I watched some of The Last Starfighter and again I felt the idea was okay, but nostalgic feelings must be required in order to actually enjoy the movie.
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    Dailymotion - Bob Dylan: Hearts of fire (trailer) - a video

    Bob Dylan's most inspired attempt at acting (playing a burned-out musician)

    I don't recall Cocktail being mentioned.




    and that one with Dudley Moore and the dude from Growing Pains

    Superman IV: The Quest for Peace

    Adventures in Babysitting


    and, Of course:

    [YOUTUBE="-1WSPAvT7qE"]Rhinestone[/YOUTUBE]

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    Most epic fight scene:

    [YOUTUBE="EsZpdUUdd3I"]Put on the damn glasses![/YOUTUBE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vasilisa View Post
    Someone I like was having nostalgic feelings for a fantasy movie called Ladyhawke. I watched it, but because I didn't have a baseline of fond memories of it, I found it dreadful. The concept was good, but it couldn't save the movie in my opinion. The score is especially bad.
    Alan Parsons did the score.
    I'm a fan of Alan Parsons in general... but I didn't think the music worked here.
    Ladyhawke was definitely one of those movies I badly WANTED to like... but just never really could.
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    [youtube="J-6LPNXrA8o"]Zombie vs Ninja[/youtube]

    Sounds almost awesome yet oh so very awful!

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    The first Marvel comic made into a movie:


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    Is that Rowdy Roddy Piper (Frogtown)?
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