Wednesday, April 01, 2015

A is for Action/Adventure Movies

It's officially A to Z Challenge time!!! All month, a ridiculously large group of us will be posting six days a week on a theme, starting at A and ending with Z. My theme for this year? The 80s!!! Today's letter is:



My favorite (non-writing) job ever was as a concessions stand worker at a movie theater. I worked at this movie theater:



Here's photographic proof of it:



One of the perks of that $3.50 (or so) an hour job was free movies. All the free movies we wanted to see. So during the summers following my junior and senior years, I saw quite a few movies. There were movies starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.



Movies starring Bruce Willis.



And an Eddie Murphy comedy-slash-action movie thrown in.



What we didn't realize at the time was that these movies were only the beginning. The action movies of the 80s would start a trend of action-adventure movies that would carry us through the rest of the century. Most of them starred one of these three Hollywood powerhouses:



They even launched a restaurant chain together. The chain is still in operation today. You may have heard of it...



Action/adventure movies still exist...they just seem to mostly revolve around comic book stories these days.


Or dystopian young adult novel adaptations.



Of course, if you want a walk down memory lane, you could always check out the Stallone-Schwarzenegger-Willis combination in The Expendables series. If you were around for their 80s domination, you might even be eligible for a senior discount.



What was your favorite 80s movie?

120 comments:

  1. I live Die Hard! I also like what you could call 'spinoff' modern action adventure movies like RED and The Expendables with the veteran action heroes - I adore Helen Mirren in RED!

    Sophie
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    1. I only saw RED 2. Never saw the first one. But the second one was fun. I'm not really a fan of fight scenes, so if they can add a little character development in humor in there, at least I have something to entertain me.

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  2. I've eaten at a Planet Hollywood.
    My favorite of the 80's is more of a science fiction action-adventure - Aliens. Watched it again recently and it's still a rollercoaster ride of epic proportions.
    And thanks again for hosting me on Monday! With or without pants...

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    1. I have, too. There was one here in Nashville but it became Margaritaville. At least I think that's what it became. I guess country music fans aren't interested in movies as much as margaritas.

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  3. I saw Predator again the other day when it popped up on the movie channels - still a great movie. Has every stereotype and cliche in the book, which I think is part and parcel of the 80s action movie.
    Tasha
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    1. And I saw they're remaking Terminator...all of the remakes just make me feel old.

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  4. I never saw any of the movies you mentioned, except Beverly Hills Cop I. I did eat at Planet Hollywood in NYC.

    Working at the movies always looked fun! My fave '80's movie was Breakfast Club.

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    1. It was fun...although I'm not a big fan of popcorn. I think I spent too many nights sweeping it up after it had been on the floor.

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  5. My fave were DUNE and FLASH GORDON, but I'm not sure if they're from the 80's, might be even the very end of the 70s when me was born :)

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    1. Flash Gordon feels VERY early 80s but you may be right. We saw it at the theater and I remember all the Queen music (although I didn't know or care that it was Queen at the time).

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  6. My favorite 80s movies are more along the line of Pretty in Pink and Dirty Dancing, but I'm a big fan of Die Hard. If I come across it while flipping through the channels, I usually stop and watch at least a few minutes of it. :)

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    1. I'm with you on that--I like all the girly 80s movies best. John Hughes is my "J."

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  7. Pretty in Pink was a great one; my all time favorite 80s flick was Less Than Zero. I'm not sure why...the acting was iffy, but it had so many great stars in it. I think about James Spader's character every time I see The Blacklist.

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    1. I'm not sure I've ever seen Less Than Zero all the way through. I think most of the scenes I've seen were in the Hazy Shade of Winter music video!

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  8. Action movies are the best. Don't expect to sit in your seat for long though. They keep me on the edge. I liked Die Hard and the Terminator movies.

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    1. These days they have me out of my seat because I'm leaving the room, looking for something else to do! I loved them in the 80s, though. I think I just burned out on them.

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  9. I love action movies! My favourite 80's movie though is The Breakfast Club. :)

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    1. Love that one! And Sixteen Candles, Pretty in Pink, etc.

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  10. I was in to Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink, Less Than Zero, etc... Drove my brother crazy. He liked the action ones you mentioned above. :)

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    1. At that time, I liked them all. I don't think I'd seen enough movies yet to know what I liked and didn't like.

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  11. I liked all of Arnold's films. Well, maybe not Commando.

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    1. I don't think I ever saw that one. Was that the one with Alyssa Milano?

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  12. To tell you the truth, I only remember vaguely some of the movies you mentioned but my husband would watch movies and just get so focus that he wouldn't hear me if I talked to him. I always preferred some romantic films way back then. I remembers the Rambo. Not sure when it was filmed.

    Happy April.
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    1. My little sister would do that while watching TV. She'd get absorbed.

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  13. I love action movies! I'd choose an action movie over a comedy any day. :) All nice movie choices.

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    1. I should have probably put Rambo III in place of Beverly Hills Cop 2, since I went with a Schwarzenegger/Stallone/Willis theme with the post. But I really don't remember Rambo III being at our theater during my time working there. It may have been at the other theater in town or I just don't remember it. BHCop 2 was playing the first week I worked, while I was still training, so it sticks in my mind!

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  14. that's a great job to have as a teen, i think. :)

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    1. It was awesome. I always tell the teens I know, but none of them seem the slightest bit interested in working in a movie theater. My teen stepdaughter came CLOSE to being interested a couple of weeks ago when I mentioned "cute ushers" (after she said, "What's an usher?") but she still wants to work where her friends work. I get that.

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  15. How can I have only ONE fav 80s movie? Not possible. I had no idea those three started Planet Hollywood! Thanks for the trivia! I've watched all the movies you mentioned and would see them again. Yep, I don't quite yet qualify for a seniors discount, but I don't care! GREAT theme girl! I'll be following you this A to Z! Thanks for dropping by, and for being one of my LiveWires! Lisa co-host AtoZ @ lisabuiecollard.com

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    1. Thanks for including me on your team. My husband turned 50 and started getting mail from AARP, asking him to join. My first question was, "Would it get us a discount at the movies?" Of course, the answer's no, and we only go to the movies a few times a year anyway, so it doesn't mean much!

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  16. I'd say Predator and Die Hard. Great movies.

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    1. I remember seeing both of them for free!

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  17. I love action movies and your choices are great. To be honest I don't remember my favourite 80's movie or movies at all.

    Rachna Chhabria
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    1. I don't think I have a favorite movie. I rarely watch movies I've seen before. There are so many great movies and TV shows I haven't seen, I'd rather watch those instead.

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  18. That theatre work looked fun! It would have been my dream job when I was a little girl, in the days before television.

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    1. My parents didn't want me to drive outside of our town my first year driving so I had to work at Burger King. (Worst job ever ever ever ever.) A girl in one of my classes heard how much I hated my job and said they were looking for someone at the movie theater where she worked. I had the same thought you mentioned, "WOW. That would be a dream job!" So I somehow managed to talk my parents in letting me drive fifteen minutes down a straight road to go to the mall area where this movie theater was located. I do think it's wise to not let your kids drive far the first year or so...but our town really had zero good jobs at the time.

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  19. Ahh, the 80's—great theme! I didn't realize that those action/adventure powerhouses (Stallone, Willis, and Schwarzenegger) created Planet Hollywood together! You learn something new every day. :)

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    1. We went to the Planet Hollywood opening here in Nashville. It was a LONG, hot day but seeing all those celebrities up close was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. I remember Cindy Crawford didn't look like a real human being. Almost too perfect. Like a doll.

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  20. I'm not a huge action movie fan, though I am a little bit partial to the X-Men films (predominantly because of naked Hugh Jackman ;-D).

    I love trips to the cinema and would quite happily work in one, especially if it meant I could go watch films any time I fancied it, hehe.

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    1. Well...only when you aren't working! But it is handy to get off work and go straight into a movie theater. Plus, as a teenager it was great that I could always get into the movies free on dates. It made me feel less guilty about having guys pay for my dinner.

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  21. Thanks for stopping by my blog, Stephanie (I already feel a bond to you as my youngest daughter, who is now 47 years old, is Stephanie). I'm wondering if I'm listed on the A to Z. I thought I had cancelled out, but if I didn't and that's where you found me, I'm very glad to meet you. I love children's literature. Children and YA IMO are/were so very well written. As for movies...I grew up on the Hollywood movies of the Fifties (as I was born in 1940). I LOVE movies...action, suspense, romance. There are so many gems in every genre well into the 80s. Brings back memories. I remember Bruce Willis in Die Hard.

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    1. Thank you! I don't think that was how I found your blog--I just started reading the A to Zs a few minutes ago. It's great to meet you!

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  22. I had to laugh because Sunday I caught Beverly Hills Cop on tv and was watching it while I was on the computer. When my husband and I needed to leave to go somewhere there was still 30 minutes left- so I DVRd it. He asked me if I had seen if before and I told him- of course, but I still want to rewatch the end. I retwatched it last night.

    As someone who also grew up in the 80s I saw many action-adventure movies and definitely a lot staring "The Big Three". I think one of my favorites was Adventures in Babysitting (I think that counts as action/adventure). Not sure if Goonies falls into that category- but it was a favorite too. Ahh- the 80s. So many great movies.

    You had an amazing job! I went to the movies every week from 9th grade until about 10 years ago. I would have loved your job! :)

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    1. I loved Adventures in Babysitting. I wasn't a big fan of Goonies. I just didn't get whatever it was I was supposed to get. I did love Gremlins, though. (I think I saw both movies in the same week, while staying with my aunt and her kids in Missouri, so I always link the two in my mind.)

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  23. Hey, we are far from the point of getting a senior's discount! :)

    Funny, my favourite non-writing job was at a concession stand in a movie theatre, too. It was so much fun!

    I have too many favourite '80s movies--I'm partial to anything from John Hughes, and I loved the psychological thrillers. But for action movies, I'd have to say Terminator.

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    1. Yes, that is a bit of an exaggeration, although my husband is getting AARP invites now. Apparently that starts at 50. That's so cool that you worked in a movie theater, too, though!

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  24. What? You showed die hard 5 instead of die hard 1? Booooo. That was the worst piece of trash sequel ever made. A monkey could have done a better job than Willis in that. Okay, end rant lol Plus he got booted from Expendables 3 because he was a greedy sob.

    The 80's sure had a ton of good movies. Back to the Future to aliens to terminator to die hard 1. I'll never let that go now hahaha

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    1. I'll change the picture. Sorry about that!

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    2. lol didn't have to change the pick

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  25. Aliens and Die hard were mine. Great post and memories (smile)

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  26. I'm not a big movie buff so I haven't seen ANY of the movies you mentioned (including the modern day ones!). I love that picture of you working at the theater though.

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    1. Thank you! Back when my hair was its original color and there was no gray in there anywhere...

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  27. These are great. I don't remember any of them, but I like sweet romances or musicals so I didn't see them. I can't remember that far back. :)

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    1. I think the only musical movie I've ever liked was Grease. I do bring up Xanadu and Grease 2 later this month, though--so I guess I should admit I liked both of those as a kid! I was impressed with the first season of Glee, as well. (I guess I shouldn't admit to that, either!)

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  28. I love action adventure movies and I've seen all of these. How fun and what a great job you had in your youth. Way cool.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

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    1. My first job was Burger King and, while it was horrible, I'm glad I had that experience first because it showed me what a job shouldn't be. The movie theater job showed me how you should be treated as an employee. I even see it with some of the clients I encounter as a freelance writer. Some people feel bigger when they treat their workers like they're lower human beings. (You especially see that with managers and teen workers.) The fast food managers I worked with, with the exception of one, were just plain mean.

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  29. OMG! That photo of you...way too cute. :) I love the movies. The posters your put up remind me of my childhood, going to the movies with my parents. Feels like ages ago.

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    1. I had a bunch of movie posters from that job that I kept through college. No idea what happened to them after that. But that was another perk, if you liked to put posters up in your house!

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  30. My favorite 80s movies were probably the comedies - Airplane, Police Academy, the National Lampoon Vacation movies, etc. But I also have to admit that Pretty in Pink is one of my all time favs.

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    1. Pretty in Pink comes up a lot! I remember liking it but I had issues with the fact that Andrew McCarthy acted like such a jerk to poor Molly Ringwald. I think a lot of people thought she should have ended up with Duckie. I don't care for Jon Cryer, but I can see why that would have made a better story.

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  31. What an awesome perk! Great era for movies, too. Had a sibling work for WB for a while and I got to see lots of movies on the studio lot. Then again, it was only WB movies in the 90's. :)

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    1. Were those bad? We did the WB tour when we went to L.A.--had our picture taken on the Friends sofa. It was one of the highlights of our trip. I believe The Mask shot there, right? They were shooting Argo while we were there and we drove past all the stars' trailers but no sign of Ben Affleck. I think they keep the tours away from where the good stuff is happening.

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  32. I've seen all of those movies. I loved the 80's. The movies, the hair bands..lol I think my favorite 80's movie was Fright Night.

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    1. I remember that one. Hair bands are coming later in the month...although not H. I can't remember what letter I put that one under. I just finished writing Z last night, so now I'll have forgotten what I wrote by the time it posts!

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    2. I just remembered--Q!!! For Quiet Riot. (I had to get a little creative because some of these letters are tough.)

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  33. I LOVE your theme. Back to the Future, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Ghostbusters, Gremlins....I could go on. My teen boys love these movies:)

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    1. I had a blast writing all of these. Hope people have just as much fun reading them!

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  34. I can believe this was a fun job! I loved the first Beverly Hills Cop but I can't remember if I saw the second one. LOL my old age showing.

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    1. I can't remember if I ever saw the first one. I'm sure I did. But my memory isn't so good these days, either. I guess if we forget which movies we saw, at least it isn't the important stuff! Plus...BONUS...we can watch them again and not even know what will happen next. See? There are good things about getting older.

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  35. What a great "A" post - I can safely say I have always been an Arnold fan… though his acting is something else I enjoy his screen presence - menacing, yet entertaining.

    Have fun with this A to Z Challenge.

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    1. I read his autobiography. Well...I skimmed over the first half that was about his childhood and bodybuilding days. I'm sure I missed some good things but does anyone really care about celebrities' childhoods?

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    2. I don't! That said, Arnold is from a village close to where my dad is from. I met Arnold when he was here, in Vancouver, as a guest poser for the Mr. Canada competition. If I'm not mistaken he was Mr. Universe at the time.

      As my dad speaks Austrian (aka German) he started up a chat afterward during the photo signing time, I was about 15 then, I was in total awe. The guy was huge (steroids to thank I'm sure) and when he shook my hand I just about keeled over. He has the biggest hands ever!

      I still have the signed photo. hahahaha my funny story!

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  36. Ha the 80s what a decade. I didnt know they founded Planet Hollywood. I learn something every A to Z.
    Enjoy the challenge!
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    1. I probably should clarify that--they provided the money for it. A former actor named Bryan Kestner came up with the idea for it. I'm not sure if they'd be counted as founders as much as startup investors? Now I don't know if calling them founders is accurate!

      "Planet Hollywood International, Inc. is a theme restaurant inspired by the popular portrayal of Hollywood and was launched in New York on October 22, 1991, with the backing of Hollywood stars Sylvester Stallone, Bruce Willis, Demi Moore, and Arnold Schwarzenegger."

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  37. Oh dear. I think I was alive in the 80s. My birth certificate says that I had been for a considerable length of time. However, I can only assume I was temporarily dead for tax reasons. I didn't/haven't seen any of these movies.

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    1. LOL many people say the same thing about not remembering the 60s...

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  38. The 80's was my fun time because some of the years were a haze:) Action films really made their mark and i do enjoy the Expendables movies-lots of fun. There are so many film I love from the 80's but I will pick an action film. I will go with The Empire Strikes Back, The Star Trek films and the Lethal Weapon films-the last one-they were so good as a team (Mel Gibson & Danny Glover)

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    1. I just liked watching Mel Gibson during those years. He was quite a handsome guy. Too bad his lousy personality eventually caught up with him.

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  39. Die Hard is one of my favourite Christmas films, admittedly in a fairly violent way. I liked 48 Hours with Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte, it reminds me of false alarms for my wife going in to labour. Instead of rushing to the hospital we watched 48 Hours.

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    1. Now that's a memory! Die Hard was pretty violent. Isn't it funny how you have much more of a tolerance for it when you're younger? I tried to watch Nightmare on Elm Street in my 30s and thought, "Wait...this movie was THIS violent?" I wasn't bothered by that as a teen. Even in my 20s, I could watch horror movies without wanting to run from the room.

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  40. Having the possibility to see all the films you want. That would be fun. I bet you watched also quite a few weird things nobedy else watched ;-)

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    1. I'm trying to think! I'm sure I did. Our manager let us stay after work to watch midnight showings of new movies so all the employees got to see Summer School and License to Drive on Thursday night before they came out on Friday. I worked there the summer Dirty Dancing came out. I remember all of the buzz around it. I think that was also the summer I got to wear the Roger Rabbit costume when that movie came out. Those costumes are VERY uncomfortable.

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  41. Favorite '80s movie? Yikes, I'll have to think about that one. The one that pops into my head is Return of the Jedi, but it's not an absolute favorite. Maybe in the top 20.

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    1. I don't have a favorite either, so don't feel bad.

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  42. I love that picture of you hard at work in the great 80's movie theater! My favorite movies were the John Hughes variety. I think Pretty and Pink or St. Elmo's Fire rank in the first/second place spots.

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    1. Those were both good movies--and I think this is the first mention of St. Elmo's Fire. That movie tackled some dark subjects!

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  43. How fun! I didn't go to many movies in the 80's but one of my favorite jobs also was back in the 1950's as ticket seller out in front of a drive in movie. I had a speaker and could see free movies also and met some interesting folks. Happy Easter!

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    1. That's the great thing about the drive-in. If you work there, the movies are right there. At a movie theater, all the movies are behind walls!

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  44. My favourite 80's film in general is Back to the Future though my favourite action/thriller film from the 80's is Terminator. No, changed my mind - Robocop is my favourite 80's action movie. I grew up watching that film from a very young age and I recently rewatched it and was surprised how much violence and blood was in it, my mum clearly didn't mind too much since I watched it from about age six.

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    1. They remade Robocop, didn't they? Or did I dream that?

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  45. Great post, love your theme.

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  46. Great way to start this challenge! I always enjoy their movies. I never realized the three of them started planet Hollywood - Thanks for sharing!

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    1. They funded and put all their weight behind it but some other guy came up with the idea. In fact, I'm guessing that other guy was probably the mastermind and people like me assumed the three of them did it all themselves because they were such a big part of the marketing in the early years.

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  47. My favorite 80s movie is Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo. Hands down. I rented it every time we went to the video store. So much so that my brother used to beg my mom to make me pick out something else, lol.

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    1. I have never seen that movie, actually.

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  48. Stephanie, I love, love the Die Hard series... I think it was and is one of the best adventure films... and no one was as good as John McClane ... love that line "yippee ki yay... #### " ...

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    1. Bruce Willis just has a charisma few actors of our time have had. We all saw it in Moonlighting, so it was no surprise he became such a big movie star.

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  49. My favorite 80s movie is "The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension". During the mid 80s it was one of those films we would go to someone's house to watch if the planned party or bar scene was lame. It's one of the only films I own. My husband hates it (but then he's 7 years younger than me and by the time he saw it, the bad special effects drove him crazy).

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    1. I've never seen that, honestly! Would you believe that for a while, I thought that movie starred Paul Reiser? I have no idea where I got that idea!

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  50. Okay, no cracks about senior discounts. grin.

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    1. I know...It's closer to being a reality for me than I'd like to think.

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  51. Saw every single one of these except Avengers. :D

    Bruce Willis was my absolute favorite, right after falling in love with Moonlighting! lol

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  52. What a great theme! I'll be checking in a lot as I'd love to see all that you address of the 80s. :) Nice start to the challenge, too! Although not an action-adventure movie, we watched the 30th anniversary edition of The Breakfast Club last night to introduce my niece and nephew to the movies we all grew up with. LOL. Happy A to Z!

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    1. Sadly, every day I think of something I didn't cover that I wish I had. I finished Z last night and I want to do another month to cover all the things I didn't fit in!

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  53. I took a trip to Mexico several years ago and one of the things we saw was the helicopter from the movie Predator.
    I’m also doing the A to Z challenge, Organize Home Life on http://AMomsPointOfView.com

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  54. I've seen all of these, love action movies! And what a cool job to have as a teen ;)

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  55. Okay, I'm trying to remember back to the 1980s for a movie, LOL :) How fun with your job; love the picture! Definitely a good perk to be able to see the movies :) I do remember seeing, but not eating at, Planet Hollywood in the San Diego area. Should have.

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  56. Last Action Hero is my favorite action movie of all time. Perhaps fittingly. Great list of actors. I give Stallone a lot more credit now than I did when I was a kid. I recently watched all of the Rocky movies for the first time, and think they held up well, despite a few "okay then, not okay these days" bits of dialogue.

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  57. Wow that's such a cool job! I'd have gotten so fat munching on the popcorn though.. addicted to the stuff!!!

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  58. Oh gosh, so hard to choose! Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Beetlejuice, Footloose, Gremlins and The Little Mermaid. Oh and Dirty Dancing and Nightmare on Elm Street. K, I'm done. I want the 80's back so bad. Haha!

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  59. The 80s really did have good movies and good music! My favorite movie had to be The Shinning - 1980 version with Jack Nicholson.

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  60. I honestly can't really think of what my favorite movie was during the Eighties, though I probably watched a fair bit more modern movies then than I do now. Today, I almost exclusively watch silent, early sound, and foreign films, and some English-language historical dramas. But I do have a memory of going to see Gremlins at the Cape Cod drive-in with my parents when I was four.

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  61. Just today morning, the husband put on some old Indian movie song videos. You know the dancing around the tree videos!! My 6 year old was amused, he stared at the screen for quite a while, before asking me how old those videos were. I am not a fa nof action movies, but You've got mail and Step mom remain close to my heart!

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  62. Favorite 80s movie?? Wow, how do you pick? Terminator, Indiana Jones, Empire Strikes Back, LadyHawke... There are just too many!

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