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List Of 1989 Films

1989, what a year! Sure, the Berlin Wall came down, but more importantly Uncle Buck came out, and boy what a barrel of laughs!

Best 80s Comedy

Raunchier, goofier, and with a lot more puns than what you get today, the 80s were a game-changing decade for the comedy genre. Where would be without 'Airplane!', 'Ghostbusters', and 'Spinal Tap?'. In some sort of joyless dystopia we don't even want to imagine.

Classic Teen Romance Movies

Flash back to those high school days of giggles, kisses, tears, hormones, and -realistically- rejection. Lots and lots of rejection. Oh well, in these movies the underdog always gets the girl at least!

'Movies Like Serendipity': John Cusack Romance

A whole generation of young women grew up with posters of John Cusack on their bedroom walls. Check out any of his recent romantic films and you'll see he still has the charms that made him famous - although note to all you modern Romeos, playing music from your iphone outside your girlfriend's window doesn't have quite the same romantic impact as a boom-box.

'Grunge as it Gets': Generation X Defined

A generation of slackers, grungers, and frosted-tippers - Enjoy such classics as Dazed and Confused, Clerks, and PCU in this collection of films which aims to define the Gen X experience.

'Movies Like The Karate Kid': Iconic 80s Teen Movies

From Ferris Bueller to the Karate Kid, 80s teens sure knew how to defy the system while still keeping that heart of gold polished, winning a poofy haired beau in the process.

'Movies Like Sixteen Candles': 80s Teen Comedy Throwbacks

Both raunchy and strangely innocent, 80s high-school comedy gave us such timeless classics as 'Say Anything...', 'The Breakfast Club', and, of course, 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' (which we can't understand only getting 82% critics on RT). Brat-Pack gold!

'Movies Like Say Anything': Best 80s RomComs

As with nachos so with RomComs - the more cheese the better! That's why for our money the 80s produced the best romantic comedies ever. Includes Cusack's 'Say Anything', which inspired generations of young men to wake up neighborhoods with late-night boombox serenades.

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