I’m diving into another nostalgia packed episode of my TOP-100 MOVIES from the 1980’s covering films 40-31.
Elsa Pataky leads as US Army Captain JJ Collins who will be forced to use her years of training and experience to defend a remote nuclear missile interceptor station from a former intelligence officer and his crew to stop a coordinated attack that could cost countless lives.
Sit back and relax. We’re taking another trip back into the best decade in cinema in this next episode of my TOP-100 MOVIES from the 1980’s covering films 60-51.
After more than thirty years of service as one of the Navy’s top aviators, Pete Mitchell is where he belongs, pushing the envelope as a courageous test pilot and dodging the advancement in rank that would ground him.
Thirty years after their popular television show ended, chipmunks Chip and Dale live very different lives. When a cast member from the original series mysteriously disappears, the pair must reunite to save their friend.
Nicolas Cage burst onto the worldwide scene in 1996’s The Rock. But in the summer of 1997 he would star in two blockbuster movies that for a brief time, made Cage the KING of the global box-office.
A young girl tries to understand how she mysteriously gained the power to set things on fire with her mind.
In this video I’m taking a look back at CYBORG from 1989 starring Jean-Claude Van Damme in his second star vehicle.
We’re jumping back in time once again to dive into the best movies from the best decade in cinema in this next episode of my TOP-100 MOVIES from the 1980’s covering films 70-61.
Dr. Stephen Strange casts a forbidden spell that opens the doorway to the multiverse, including alternate versions of himself, whose threat to humanity is too great for the combined forces of Strange, Wong, and Wanda Maximoff.
Two women flee into the New Mexican desert to escape the clutches of an insidious cult. Consumed by fear and paranoia, they can’t shake the feeling that they are being followed by its leader, a man as seductive as he is controlling.