Even though we were first introduced to these guys back in 1984, to this day we still know that if there's something strange in the neighborhood we're gonna call...the 'Ghostbusters.'
Oliver Stone's 1987 'Wall Street' succeeded in teaching us all that "greed is good." The film was carried by a tremendous cast -- one that holds strong nearly three decades later.
Jocks -- we love to hate them. Especially at the movies. Whether they are football players, lacrosse stars or even the rare skiing celeb, the stereotypical jock has been the epicenter of many of our favorite films.
In film, it's rare that a sequel is as good as (or better than) the original. However 'Aliens,' the 1986 sequel to the 1979 hit, 'Alien,' managed to top its predecessor.
With the 4/20 "holiday" coming up, it seems only natural to pay tribute to those famed stoners who have made the day memorable.
If America loves anything more than a hero, it's a sidekick. Because people realize they aren't leading man material, but are still hopeful enough to think they could probably kick it next to Batman. That's *way* more realistic.
The bad guys (or occasional girl) from the films of our childhood were memorable characters we won't be forgetting anytime soon. Let's take a look at some of our favorite villains from days gone by and see where they are now
Over the years, Hollywood has had the ability to channel some of our most dreaded fears. But among them all one lies closest to our hearts, because, unlike a wet little girl crawling out of a television to murder you, it is real: the Bully.