It's a fumble...FUMBALAYA, FUMBLERUSKI! Even if you don't remember the movie, you remember Rob Schneider's play-by-play. Starring Scott Bakula, Hector Elizondo, Robert Loggia, Sinbad, Larry Miller, Jason Bateman, and Kathy Ireland.
Never seen this movie? You're definitely not alone. However, if you like 80s teen movies that involve vampires, you probably still missed this one! In any case, it's in Brian's DVD collection, so it gets a full episode dedicated to it. Starring Robert Sean Leonard, Cheryl Pollak, David Warner, Paul Wilson, and Rene Auberjonois.
220 or 221? If you know the answer, then you also know what an underrated gem this movie is. So, break out your "woobie" and remember it's "South to drop off, MORON!" Starring Michael Keaton, Terri Garr, and Martin Mull. Written by John Hughes.
With classic fairy tale elements to the plot similar to Cinderella, you can also see how "Midnight" influenced future films like "Pretty Woman". Starring Claudette Colbert, Don Ameche, Mary Astor, and John Barrymore. Co-written by Billy Wilder.
Stephen King's directorial debut and also the ONLY film he directed. Machines go rogue and start killing the people who made them! Plus, the movie score and soundtrack is performed entirely by AC/DC! Starring Emilio Estevez, Pat Hingle, Laura Harrington, and Yeardley Smith.
The first Marx Brothers film featuring the madcap antics of Groucho, Harpo, Chico, and Zeppo. There's a plot, but does it even matter? We're watching for the masterfully executed gags! Co-starring Margaret Dumont and Kay Francis.
Part of the early 80s slew of sex comedies similar to films like "Porky's" and "The Last American Virgin". Unlike others of the genre, Losin' It is notable for being an early vehicle for an eventual Hollywood superstar. Starring Tom Cruise, Jackie Earle Haley, Shelly Long, and John Stockwell.
The first movie that was truly made around "The Coreys", though they first appeared together in "The Lost Boys" a year earlier. Avoid the DMV lines and join us for a fun 80s teen comedy with Corey Haim and Corey Feldman. Co-starring Heather Graham, Richard Masur, and Carol Kane.