1987 was a big year for trios of men banding together and raising families. On the big screen you had 'Three Men and a Baby' and on TV there was the debut of 'Full House.'
In the 1994 comedy 'Little Giants,' Rick Moranis and Ed O'Neill play the O'Shea brothers and rival youth league football coaches. O'Neill's Cowboys are big and obnoxious, just like their coach. Whereas Moranis' Giants are less physically imposing and plucky.
The Michael Bay reboot of 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' -- which is rumored to just be called 'Ninja Turtles,' since the turtles will be neither teenagers nor mutants -- should come out sometime in 2014.
The 1984 coming-of-age comedy ‘Sixteen Candles’ was the first movie directed by John Hughes, who had already made a name for himself writing screenplays for movies such as 'Mr. Mom' and 'Vacation.'
In his review of 'The Sandlot,' Roger Ebert called the 1993 comedy "the summertime version of 'A Christmas Story.' The venerable critic was certainly onto something there, as both movies take nostalgic looks back at more innocent times and each rely heavily on the talents of its child actor cast.
The Christmas-themed romantic comedy 'Love Actually' features 10 different loosely interwoven story-lines which each explore a different aspect of love.
Set predominantly in London, the 2003 film's large ensemble cast included many of the most well-known British actors of the time period.
See what the stars of 'Love Actually' are up to these days below.
The 1990 suburban fairy tale 'Edward Scissorhands' was the first of many collaborations between director Tim Burton and Johnny Depp, the film's star. And that almost didn't happen, as Tom Cruise, Tom Hanks and even Michael Jackson were considered for the title role before it went to Depp.
The 1994 comedy ‘Clerks’ was quite a revelation. Made by then-unknown director Kevin Smith for just $27,000, the raunchy indie was able to achieve moderate box office success and quickly became a cult classic.
Audiences got their first taste of the 'Friday the 13th' franchise, which is now 12 films strong, when the original horror flick hit theaters in 1980.
'Friday the 13th' certainly wasn't a star-based film -- in fact its biggest name at the time was coming off an almost decade-long break from films. However, the cast did contain one actor who went on to have a long, successful career, and another who belongs to a legendary entertainment family. See what the cast of 'Friday the 13th' is up to these days below.
Then: Victor DiMattia played Timmy Timmons, older brother to Tommy and a big fan of the Yankees. DiMattia had worked regularly as an actor since he was five, appearing on shows such as 'Punky Brewster,' 'Married With Children' and 'Evening Shade.' You may also remember him from the Tom Hanks film 'Turner and Hooch' and the so-bad-it’s-awful Vanilla Ice vehicle 'Cool as Ice.'