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Commando movie review

commando-posterThe 80s Movies won’t go away! Today, we’re taking a look at what may be my favorite Schwarzenegger flick, Commando.

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One Crazy Summer movie review

It’s 80s Movies Week here on CreativeJamie.com! Today, we’re looking at the not quite sequel (but almost remake) of Better Off Dead, One Crazy Summer. Read the rest of this entry

Summer School movie review

It’s 80s Movies Week here on CreativeJamie.com! Today, we’re looking back at Summer School, an ensemble comedy that’s so big that it even features one of the best movie dogs of all time, Wonder Mutt! Read the rest of this entry

Better Off Dead movie review

It’s 80s Movies Week here on CreativeJamie.com! I pity the fool who doesn’t enjoy a good 80s movie! Today, we’re checking out Better Off Dead, one of my all time favorite comedies. If you’ve seen this flick and hate it, I might suggest your sense of humor is not especially well rounded, but admittedly, this movie is weird. If you haven’t seen it yet, go check it out, because I’m going to spoil the hell out of this one. Read the rest of this entry

Clue movie review

clue-movie-posterIt’s 80s Movies Week here on CreativeJamie.com! There’ll be snap bracelets, swatch watches, costume bracelets and who knows what else as we dive into a decade that brought us fantastic comedy and action in a manor never seen before or since. Today, we’re kicking it off with Clue, the only good movie to be made from a board game origin. This isn’t so much a review of Clue as it is a list of reasons that explain why the film is so awesome. Read the rest of this entry

Troop Beverly Hills movie review

troop-beverly-hillsI don’t think any movie was on TV in the early 90s more often than Troop Beverly Hills. Like Clue, the movie performed poorly at the box office and lost over $10 million, which made both flicks a cheap pickup for stations that were looking to fill time with affordable movies. This easy availability and constant exposure engrained Troop Beverly Hills onto my young mind in a way that makes it nearly impossible for me to look at this film objectively. Nearly. Read the rest of this entry

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