It’s time for another episode of my TOP-100 MOVIES from the 1980’s covering films 20-11.
A family man (Hart) finally finds time alone for himself after many years, and while doing so he reconnects with his old friend (Wahlberg) for a wild weekend that will give new meaning to the life he lives.
A young boy living without a father in a tough city thinks he has found a superhero living across the street from his apartment who went missing after a climactic battle two decades earlier.
A scholar living a solitary life, travels to Istanbul for a lecture. While there she wanders into a shop and buys a bottle that unknowingly has a Djinn living inside who offers her three wishes.
After a terrorist attack involving a deadly virus takes place onboard a plane destined for Hawaii, those on board, with their fuel levels low, will declare an emergency declaration when no country will allow them to land.
Still reeling from a recent climbing tragedy, Becky and her friend Hunter decide to climb a 2,000-foot radio tower to reclaim her happiness. An attempt that fails drastically when they find themselves stranded on the top of it.
As a hurricane approaches a group of wealthy 20-somethings plan a party at a remote family mansion but the party turns deadly as friendships are tested and truths are revealed.
A harrowing portrayal of the real-life mission of elite divers from across the globe uniting to rescue a boys soccer team trapped in an intricate network of caves that are slowly filling with floodwaters.
Let’s step back into 1991 to talk about an awesome little ‘Die Hard’ knock-off for teens called TOY SOLDIERS starring Sean Astin, Wil Wheaton, and Louis Gossett Jr.!
A depiction of the Battle of Hansan Island, in which Admiral Yi Sun-shin’s daring battle tactics and fierce spirit rallied the Joseon navy against advancing Wae invaders five years before the Battle of Myeongnyang.