Top Ten Lists of Eighties Movies

The concept is pretty easily, pick your ten favorite movies from the eighties. The hard part? I want JUST movies from the eighties, not movies you might have seen during the eighties. Also, try and avoid movies that came out after the eighties if possible, 1990 is pretty borderline, I won't scream too loudly if you add one that is from then...

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By: Lee
Recapture the 80s through a recent film; Donnie Darko.
By: scott
i put some thought into this... hope you like my list. in the 80s i just a kid... so keep that in mind.
By: Jake
By: MacLeaper
  • 10. Ferris Bueller's Day Off
    This is just one of the coolest movies ever. The forerunner for Zack Morris, one of my all time favorite scammers. Ferris taught us to slow down and relax once in a while, because if you don't you might miss life.
  • 9. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
    Another great exciting Indiana Jones adventure where Indy finds the Holy Grail and reunites with his father. Plenty of great traps to escape and villianous Nazis to punch out along the way. Great movie, which leaves room open for another great sequel, Indiana Jones IV (and it is coming-
  • 8. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
    A very action packed Indiana Jones movie where Indy fights Indians instead of Nazis. He delves into artifacts of the Hindu religion and goes through traps and has an exciting mine car chase and classic scene where he cuts a rope bridge in half. Very cool movie, if you're not grossed out by eating monkey brains, and snake surprise, and cockroaches and eyeball soup.
  • 7. Return of the Jedi
    A great wrap up to the Star Wars movies! (Not that I would be opposed to episodes VII-IX, though!) I especially loved Wicket the Ewok.
  • 6. The Empire Strikes Back
    Another great sequel. This movie showed Luke's training with Yoda and the classic scene where Luke finds out Darth Vader is his father! "Try not. Do. Or do not. There is no try"- Yoda, Jedi Master
  • 5. Back to the Future Part III
    The best wrap up of any trilogy ever! This movie not only explained how Marty got Doc out of the Old West, but set Doc up with his wife and eventually kids, and Marty finally got back to the future and stayed there.
  • 4. Back to the Future Part II
    One of the best sequels ever! I especially liked the hoverboard chase and the deja vu scenes in 1955. And the ending was great, leaving Marty stuck in 1955!
  • 3. Back to the Future
    The best time travel movies ever!( Note, I said movies. Best time travel tv series would be Quantum Leap, but anyway) This movie not only explores consequences of messing around with time, but has a cool DeLorean in it and sets up a great sequel. "Marty, you've got to come back with me." - Doc "Where?"- Marty "Back to the Future!"- Doc
  • 2. Star Wars
    One of the best sci-fi movies ever, along with the Star Trek movies( of the 80s I imagine 2,4, and 5 are some of my favs. ok, so I like them all, esp. the TNG ones)- anyway, Star Wars is the ultimate space opera and it rules! I especially like the garbage pit scene and the classic scene where Obi-Wan gets struck down by Darth Vader and later on when Luke takes out the Death Star! May the Force be with you!
  • 1. Raiders of the Lost Ark
    The best series about an archaeologist ever! One of the first I remember seeing and loving. Indiana Jones is the man! I especially loved watching him make death-defying escapes and get all the artifacts. I also liked the ending where the Nazis and Indy and Marion all learned that you best not mess with God and you better not disobey His laws! (2 Samuel 6:6-7)
You must realize that I can't pick my 10 favorite 80s movies. I have way too many. When I say the Star Wars trilogy (episodes IV-VI, that is) and the Indiana Jones trilogy and the Back to the Future trilogy, I think of those movie sets in the same breath, all together all 3 of them are my favorite movies. They all rock!
By: Justin Garcia
  • 10. The Goonies
    This movie BLEEDS with 1980's trendy styles!
  • 9. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
    Non-stop action keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout
  • 8. Rocky III
    Features a knock-out theme song (Eye of the Tiger)
  • 7. Predator
    Arnold's best film ever (including T1 and T2!!!)
  • 6. Fast Times at Ridgemont High
    Phoebe Cates emerging topless from a swimming pool...who can complain?
  • 5. The Breakfast Club
    Heavy-duty drama and a great theme song (Don't You Forget About Me)
  • 4. Platoon
    Before you enlist, watch this film (after Full Metal Jacket)
  • 3. La Bamba
    The most under-rated film of the 1980's
  • 2. Full Metal Jacket
    Watch this film first if you are thinking of enlisting in the military
  • 1. Scarface
    Easily Pacino's best. One of the greatest gangster flicks of all time.
By: Alex
  • 10. Dirty Dancing
    I had the time of my life...
  • 9. Gremlins
    hilarious very hilarious
  • 8. Pump Up The Volume
    I dont care if it was early 90's it was 80's teen to me
  • 7. The Breakfast Club
    the pesonification of that era
  • 6. The Lost Boys
  • 5. Labarinth
    The babe whith the power...
  • 4. Back To The Future
    watch this film NOW
  • 3. Heathers
    black comedy at its best
  • 2. Blues Brothers
  • 1. Ghostbusters
    god bless all who made this film
meany more diserved to be on my list but werent
By: Mike Campbell
  • 10. Rocky 3
    Sylvester stallone, Mr T what fight could top that.
  • 9. Rocky 4
    Another great rocky film.
  • 8. Terminator
  • 7. Back to the Future 2
    another great stphen spildberg film.
  • 6. Die Hard
    Bruce willis gives a wonderful preformance
  • 5. A Nightmare On Elm Street
    Dont't mess with this maniac.
  • 4. Back to the Future
    One of the greatsest movies of all time.
  • 3. Star Wars Episode Vl Return Of The Jedi
    Luke as a Jedi Knight can u get any cooler.
  • 2. Predator
    Predator was one of arnolds best movies.
  • 1. Feris Buellers Day Off
    Great comedy movie i really enjoyed it.
These are the 10 best movies from the 80s in my opinion
By: Amber
  • 10. Howard the Duck
    Only this movie could be a hit in the 80's. But ya gotta love it.....
  • 9. Back To the Future
    Everyone loved the sweet Alex Keaton. They figured out a great movie for Michael J. Fox, cause they knew Teen Wolf wasn't gonna cut it!
  • 8. The Lost Boys
    The love of my life in the 80's, Corey Haim!!!! This movie was a little better than 'License to Drive' or 'Dream a Little Dream'...even though i loved those ones too!!!
  • 7. Gremlins
  • 6. Dirty Dancing
    "Nobody puts Baby in the corner!!!!"
  • 5. Stand By Me
    Lolli-pop, lolli-pop ol lolli lolli-pop LOLLI-POP! bahdamb ba da........
  • 4. Breakfast Club
    The jock, the nerd, the bullie, the popular girl and the freak girl, its a classic.
  • 3. Top Gun
    The best musical act in any movie, ever,.....when Tom Cruise sings 'You've lost that love and feeling!!'
  • 2. Ferris Buellers Day Off
    One of the best movies of all time. Matthew Broderick seemed like such a genius!
  • 1. The Goonies
    One word: Sloth!!
By: Keith
  • 10. La Bamba
    Introduced rock fans to one of rock 'n' roll's forgotten legends--Ritchie Valens.
  • 9. Sweet Dreams
    Another biopic of a country music legend--Patsy Cline. This film also should have won an Oscar.
  • 8. Coal Miner's Daughter
    Perhaps introduced a whole new generation to country music legend Loretta Lynn.
  • 7. Great Balls of Fire!
    Biopic of the "Killer"--piano rocker Jerry Lee Lewis.
  • 6. Sixteen Candles
    What bad timing, Samantha must have thought. Her 16th birthday occurring on the same weekend as her sister's wedding.
  • 5. Fast Times at Ridgemont High
    Sean Penn summed up the whole movie in the final scene: "Awesome! Totally awesome!"
  • 4. Lucas
    Story of another nerd who again goes to extremes, but comes a little short of getting that girl--but nonetheless ends up the school hero. And by the way, Winona Ryder did great in her film debut.
  • 3. Can't Buy Me Love
    Story of a typical nerd who would go to extremes to get the girl of his dreams.
  • 2. Dirty Dancing
    Jennifer Grey at her best! (...and Patrick Swayze was good, too.)
  • 1. Porky's
    Set in pre-Elvis 1950s Florida, this movie protrayed teen sex life to be just as wild as it is today. And how about "Lassie"? OOOOWWWW!!
By: Danielle Bernier
  • 10. Princess Bride
    It is "INCONCIEVABLE" (wink wink) how great this movie is.
  • 9. Overboard
    This movie is hilarious
  • 8. Chances Are
    How can you not love Robert Downey Jr...drug problem or not. This is sweet yet a bit sad.
  • 7. Dirty Dancing
    I loved Jennider Gray before she got her nose done...poor thing I think watching her learn to dance is soo cute and funny
  • 6. Three Amigos
    sticking all three of these awesome was fantastic. We are the three AAAAAAAAAAAmigos.
  • 5. Sixteen Candles
    I love all the characters in this movie and one of my favorite underated parts : Long Duck Dong !!!
  • 4. Better Off Dead
    That dude sniffing thats funny.
  • 3. Breakfast Club
    The comments in this movie are hilarious.
  • 2. Say Anything
    Can I just say " AWWW". This is a romantic gal's dream.
  • 1. Pretty In Pink
    how could you not love Duckie in this movie. The soundtrack is great.
Actually these movies are all great and are in no particular order.
By: Rob McPherson
The 70s movies were all hilarious.
By: Georgina
  • 10. Crybaby
    I know this movie is from 1990, and I'm sorry for listing it, but it is such an INCREDIBLE movie. It has cute songs and unforgettable actors/characters (Traci Lords anybody?)
  • 9. Footloose
    Such a great movie, Sarah jessica parker continues to be all adorable as Rusty, kevin Bacon does a great job, and the music is soooooooo good. I need a hero!
  • 8. Happy Birthday To Me
    Yes, its another cheesy horror flick. I luv 'em, what can I say? This ones a lil bit confusing, but all in all good.
  • 7. Blood Lake
    Another cheesy horror movie. The only thing with this is you have to REALLY appreciate cheesy horror movies to watch this. Otherwise, you'll want to shoot yurself.
  • 6. Say Anything
    John Cusack... excuse me while i cream... The stereo part with the window is soooooooooooooooo good. ::Sighs::
  • 5. Hairspray
    Such a funny movie. "P is for punished!"
  • 4. Sleepaway Camp III:Teenage Wasteland
    This one is alright. I luv all the Sleepaway Camp movies, but the third in a trilogy are never that good. ***there was s'posed to be a fourth one, but they stopped filming after only a few days and never finished it =*(
  • 3. Sleepaway Camp 2: Unhappy Campers
    This one is even better. The gurl that plays Betty Finn in "Heathers" has an important role in this movie. Very good.
  • 2. Sleepaway Camp
    This is the ULTIMATE cheesy horror movie. It is sooooooooo great. The surprise ending is awesome. The dialoge is really funny. Ahhh, i luv this movie.^_^
  • 1. Girls Just Want To Have Fun
    Sarah Jessica Parker is just too cute in this. Helen Hunt is good too.
Now, I could have put Pretty In Pink, Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, Ferris Beullers Day off, Fast Times At Ridgmont High, Weird Science, or St. Elmo's Fire, but those movies are all givens. They're classics. Everybody knows that they're classics.
By: Mikey
  • 10. Revenge Of The Nerds
    Booger man, ha ha, classic funny 80's
  • 9. Clash Of The Titans
    Dont' ask why, I just loved it! Medusa was cool
  • 8. Predator
    "If it bleeds, it can Die"......ha ha
  • 7. Pee Wee's Big Adventure
    Pee Wee's dance in the bar was hilarious! funny movie
  • 6. Goonies
    Excellent movie. Chunk was tha' man! ha ha
  • 5. Stand By Me
    A movie you could watch over and over again, I was about their age at the time in the movie, and I always wanted to go off with my friends like that and search for a dead body.
  • 4. Nightmare On Elm St. 3: Dream Warriors
    The ligament puppet master scene did it for me... best one
  • 3. Friday The 13th
    As you can see from my list, I love the horror films...
  • 2. Halloween
    A pyscho killer in a William Shatner mask, how scary is that??
  • 1. The Shining
    Excellent performances, very creepy...
Other movies I liked at that time... Karate Kid, Back to the Future, Short Circuit, Indian Jones: Temple of Doom, License to Drive, Lost Boys, Wolfen, Altered States, Alien, Aliens, Footloose, Amytiville Horror, Excorcist, Omen, Ghost, Gremlins, Poltergeist (1 & 2), E.T., Shocker, Young Guns 1 & 2 (was that 80's?), The Hitcher, Critters, Fright Night, Night of the Creeps, Golden Child, Howard the Duck, Uncle Buck, National Lampoon's European Vacation, Caddyshack, Modern Problems, Neverending Story, Labyrinth, Excalibur, Dragonslayer, Time Bandits, Beastmaster, Conan the Barbarian, Weekend at Bernie's (80's?), Breakfast Club, St. Elmo's Fire, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, Tango & Cash, Night Breed (80's?), Die Hard, Point Break, Quick Change, The Great Outdoors, Superman 1-3, Star Wars, Return of the Jedi, Empire Strikes Back, The Dark Crystal, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Ernest Goes to Camp (YEP! That's right VERN!), Beverly Hills Cop, Police Academy's, .......ahhh I could go ON, and ON, and ON..... but I'll stop there.....
By: Massive Retaliation
  • 10. Class of 1984
    Get It! MJF, Teenage Head...
  • 9. Repo Man
    Along with Suburbia (1983). Great. Both on DVD.
  • 8. Night Creeps
    Tom Atkins kicks ass as Detective Cameron. Great sci-fi/horror/comedy.
  • 7. Return of the Living Dead
    Trash, Spider, Tina, Scuzz, Casey, Suicide, Chuck, Freddie...the gangs all here.
  • 6. My Science Project
    Dennis Hopper and Fisher Stevens rule in this movie. Must-see! It's on DVD too.
  • 5. Monster Squad
    Along with "The Gate", this movie is great. Goonies similarities, the gang is younger but it's pretty violent for a kids movie. Again...not on DVD!?!
  • 4. Thrashin'
    Killer. Josh Brolin does it again. The infamous "No, you be there" scene is not to be missed. Needs a DVD release!
  • 3. Explorers
    Great story/characters ala Goonies. Another candidate for DVD!!!
  • 2. Rad
    Where the is the DVD? We need a petition.
  • 1. Goonies
    It's a close tie with "Dawn of the Dead" (1978). Two different movies, both amazing!
John Hughes movies, Friday the 13ths, Halloweens, Burbs, They Live...too many movies for just 10 picks.
By: Sara
  • 10. Brewster's Millions
    He's at the lawyers, thinking he spent thirty million, then change from a candy bar I thinks falls out of his pocket. I fell on the floor laughing.
  • 9. Bachelor Party
    Done before Tom Hanks made it big, the title pretty much explains it all, girls, drinking, drugs and hookers, and opps the fiance deciedes to show up.
  • 8. Nightmare on Elm Street
    So scary that after watching it in my basement I couldn't go back down for months.
  • 7. All of the Indiana Jones Movies
    From start to finish this is one of the best trilogies I have ever seen. If you watch them back to back you will hear the same scream in each one when one of the bad guys falls off his horse, tank, camel you name it, you'll hear it.
  • 6. The Dark Crystal
    My son watches this and thinks it's a recent movie, it was way before it's time.
  • 5. Star Trek 3: The Search for Spock
    No I am not a Trekkie, this is the best movie of the bunch and after living with them all my life and seeing it as the first movie on out top loadin vcr it will always have a place in my heart.
  • 4. Weird Science
    I never got a single joke growing up and seeing this movie but after a few years and finding it again, it is once more one of my favorites.
  • 3. Stand By Me
    Even though I have seen it so many times, every time they uncover Ray Brower's face from the bushes I hide mine.
  • 2. The Neverending Story
    I don't know one friend of mine who couldn't recite the entire opening theme song aloud when it came on the radio, did you know there was a music video for it as well, crazy huh?
  • 1. Batman
    No one has mentioned the best superhero movie of the eighties, I had to have seen that six times in theatres, Keaton and Nicolson with Basinger freaking out every five minutes how could you go wrong?
By: LiquorSnake
By: Tony Scott
  • 10. Time Bandits
    It has a bunch of midget thieves in it how could it go wrong and the Robin Hood scene with John Cleese is pure hilarity!
  • 9. Teen Wolf
    Michael J. Fox in one of his finest that van surfing was pretty freakin cool.
  • 8. Pee-Wee's Big Adventure
    I know you are but what am I is still the ultimate comeback in any situation.
  • 7. The Princess Bride
    Pirates, princesses, swordfights, a six fingered man, and Andre the Giant in the same film......"Inconceivable"
  • 6. Say Anything
    The boom box over the head thing has won me many a lady i can tell you that.
  • 5. The Breakfast Club
    When Judd Nelson asks if the principal raided Barry Manilow's closet i nearly pissed myself.
  • 4. Sixteen Candles
    Perahps the best of the Molly Ringwald/Anthony Michael Hall era. A short but unforgetable time in cinema history.
  • 3. Goonies
    The Truffle Shuffle alone is worth the price of admission.
  • 2. Back to the Future
    It's got a time traveling Delorian people, how could it not be great!
  • 1. Ghostbusters
    "Back off man, I'm a scientist" Best movie ever created!
By: Jared Brookes
  • 10. Buckaroo Banzai
    Okay, it's halfway in-between an A-movie and a B-movie. However, I HAVE to mention this one, 'cuz it's SO 80s. Banzai and his crew are ultra-cool, and Richter's screenplay is dynamite (as it was with Big Trouble in Little China, too). This movie has lots of neat details that you only notice after watching it 3 or 4 times. It's fun, silly, campy, wild, and very very post-punk New Wave. Totally awsome!
  • 9. Dune
    I was still seeing scenes from this film, even after I walked out of the theatre. I have to give David Lynch credit; his fascination with representing dream-scapes in film, really worked well for this adaption. Dune is both exciting, thoughtful, and disturbing. I imagine that's exactly how it's supposed to come across. Another exceptional 80s film.
  • 8. E.T.
    This movie really did have alot of impact on me as a child. Then I went away from it for awhile. Now -- upon reflection -- I realise that this really was a good film. It moved me, and that's not an easy thing for a movies to do. I often start up a modern DVD film, and think to myself, "go ahead, try and make me like your latest motion picture Mr/Miss any-director." It's unusual for a film to get its hooks into me, nowadays. However, E.T. is another one of those 80s films that succeeded. Well done.
  • 7. Legend
    Tim Curry, you make goood cookies! Wow, now that's a demon. Mia Sara rocks in this film, too. I really enjoyed this film (despite a few slightly silly moments). It was another immersive experience, and represented a great effort in bringing the fantasy realm to life. Despite its lack of success at the time, I think this film is very significant, and worked very well with those who understood the genre.
  • 6. The Dark Crystal
    This is one fantasy film that REALLY created a vast and alien universe. The level of detail in the scenery and creatures is stunning. It also proved that animatronics and puppeteering could still convince viewers. I think Henson, Oz, and the cast and crew did a great job on this film. Again, another under-appreciated film at the time. Go back and watch it again. I think you'll be more than a bit impressed.
  • 5. Ghostbusters
    Great film, representing the height of 80s comedy. This one had a cool concept, funny script, and the perfect actors for the roles. A non-stop joy-ride of 80s hilarity. I love this film!
  • 4. Star Trek II : The Wrath of Khan
    This was the first (and possibly only) Star Trek film that truly captured the spirit of the original series. It was kind of like a look at what the original series would have looked like, had they had a higher budget. The replay value on this film is awsome, and the power play betweem Montalban and Shatner is stellar. This film delivers everything in one neat package. I think I'm having urges to watch it again!
  • 3. SW the Empire Strikes Back
    I still firmly believe that this film represents the true spirit of Star Wars. It was very professionally done, and presented a forboding and dire tone to the story. The impact that this film had of many people was enormous, with visual effects that both wowed the audience and fit neatly with the story. The level of tension in Empire is killer, and really heightened the development and believability of the characters and their struggle. In short, Empire kicks ass, and is the film that I had HOPED would have been the template for the sequels. Unfortunately, the sequels have proven to be shallow pseudo-parities of the original films. I guess there really only was one true trilogy. :[
  • 2. TRON
    People keep failing to mention this one. First of all it is NOT a Disney film. The people who masterminded this film turned to Disney as a source of financing and studio space. It was much more of an independent concept, and one that foreshadowed many (less impressive, but more hyped) films to come. It delivered fantasy and sci-fi full-gloss and IN YOUR FACE. They didn't wimp out and describe things in a simple conversation. Instead, they opted to take you right into the world of the computer. This film represents a massive visionary artistic endeavour, and is much more clever than most people realise. If you don't believe me, just watch it again and note all of the symbolism and dualism in the film. Oh yeah -- it also looks and sounds ultra cool. Syd Mead, you are most godlike!
  • 1. Blade Runner
    I was too young to be allowed into the theatre when this film came out. I saw it on VHS a little bit later, and -- even on a television -- I was stunned. I later watched it on both laserdisc and in the theatre. It was a mind-blowing and immersive experience. Here was a film that represented the best of all of the potential creative energy of 70s sci-fi and fantasy art and music, merged with the best elements of the 80s. It was filmed in full anamorphic widescreen on 65mm (expensive) film, featured a killer cast, fantastic screenplay, film noir AND hard sci-fi elements, and a wicked soundtrack. What more could anyone ask for? Such a shame that it got panned, when it first came out. Perhaps its vision of the future was a bit too dismal for most people. Nowadays, we see things a little bit differently, don't we?
Oh, there are plenty of additonal cool 80s flicks that I really enjoy, like: Brazil, Escape from New York, Die Hard, Ferris Beuller's Day Off, Aliens, Krull, Heavy Metal, Highlander, Batman (the first one), Big Trouble in Little China, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Outland, Galaxy Express 999, The Black Hole, Gremlins, Risky Business, etc....
By: Jay
  • 10. ANY brat pack movie
    Too many of them to waste on separate slots in the top 10, all worth mentioning (Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, St. Elmo's fire, etc.) AWESOME!
  • 9. Revenge of the Nerds
    If anyone disagrees that this is not a top 10 80s flick, tell them to PUT DOWN THE CRACK PIPE!!! You can't go wrong here, man.
  • 8. Ferris Bueller's Day Off
    Man, this is #8 on the list, but ranks much higher since I just remembered it. THE CLASSIC 80s funny movie.
  • 7. Summer School
    I friggin worshipped this movie when I was in high school! Good movie and very funny...again, gotta watch it if it's on!
  • 6. Hot Pursuit
    Too funny and just a good 80s movie. John Cusack has never gone bad with any of his masterpieces!
  • 5. Wargames
    Man, I was like in 6th grade when this came out. I toyed with computers back then (Tandy color computer and commodore 64, Intellivision!) Man those were the days. This movie helps me think back to those fun times.
  • 4. License to Drive
    Corey Haim and Feldman! Awesome movie that really showed every teen's dream about getting the hot car (and girl to drive with!) after getting the license!
  • 3. Lost Boys
    Can't say enough about this movie, it has the classic Corey's (Feldman and Haim) as well as Jason Patrick. Just awesome to watch on a weekend and reminisce about the good 'ol days when I was in Junior High.
  • 2. White Water Summer
    Kevin Bacon leading a bunch of troublesome youths (including a young Sean Astin)up in the mountains for adventure and eventual survival! One of those movies you just end up watching if it's matter what!
  • 1. Adventures of Buckaroo Bonzai
    ...Across the 8th dimension!!! This movie is PURE eighties cheesyness to the extreme! The clothes, the music, and plot, it makes me wanna put on my parachute pants!
GOTTA mention these since I just remembered them: Karate Kid, Die hard, Terminator, Fast Times at Ridgemont HIgh, Playing for Keeps (Marissa Tomei's 1st movie!!!) <-- this movie should be in the top 10), Romancing the Stone, Die hard, Beverly hills cop...damn bro! I can't stop listing em...I love the 80's man.
By: Alisha Carroll
  • 10. Lethal Weapon
    ( "I don't make things complicated. That's just how things get all on their own." I love anything Mel Gibson does, he rocks!)
  • 9. Dirty Dancing
    "Nobody puts Baby in a corner"
  • 8. Heathers
    "Veronica, you look like hell." "Thanks, I just got back."
  • 7. Some Kind Of Wonderful
    "Pretend I'm a girl."
  • 6. Ferris Beullers Day off
    "Um, he's sick. My best friend's sister's boyfriend's brother's girlfriend heard from this guy who knows this kid who's going with the girl who saw Ferris pass out at 31 Flavors last night. I guess it's pretty serious."
  • 5. Weird Science
    "Well, my n*ts are half way up my a** but other than that I'm perfect!"
  • 4. Say Anything
    "I don't want to buy anything, sell anything or process anything. I don't want to buy anything sold, bought or processed, sell anything bought, sold or processed or process anything sold bought or processed as a career."
  • 3. Hiding Out
    "Cry-i-i-i-in' over you, cry-i-i-i-in'...Patrick, it's not a rap song."
  • 2. The Breakfast Club
    "You won't accept a guys tongue in your mouth but you'll eat that?"
  • 1. Pretty In Pink
    "Everytime you go to the john, you lose IQ points!" (My all time fave, I love Jon Cryer...long live Duckie!! )
I love all of the Brat Pack films.

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