It’s that time of the week again! Time to listen to your three favorite film geeks gush, gloat and occasionally obliterate every film released in 1985! Every Friday, you’re invited to follow along as the boys review every film released on the corresponding week in 1985. Click the slider below and you’ll be transported back in time, a time when Madonna ruled the airwaves, Stephen King ruled the bookshelves and Axel Foley ruled the box office. We’re taking you back to the decade of big hair, big shoulders and big, memorable movies (and you don’t even need a DeLorean!). So sit back and prepare to have your mind blown as
With your hosts Scott Davis, Austin Kennedy and Jesse Hoheisel
On this week’s show:
A VIEW TO A KILL — In Roger Moore’s last outing as James Bond, 007 investigates another meglomaniacal billionaire industrialist (Christopher Walken) out to destroy Silicon Valley and corner the microchip market. This one co-stars Grace Jones, Tanya Roberts and Patrick McNee.
Director: John Glen. Starring: Roger Moore, Christopher Walken.
Rated PG. 131 minutes.
BREWSTER’S MILLIONS — Richard Pryor plays a down on his luck former baseball player who is given the chance of a lifetime. He has thirty days to spend $30 million. If he succeeds, he will inherit $300 million. The only catch, he can’t spend it on any assets and he needs to keep the reasons for his lavish spending a secret.
Director: Walter Hill. Starring: Richard Pryor, John Candy.
Rated PG. 97 minutes.
MALIBU EXPRESS — Private detective Cody Abilene (Darby Hinton) investigates a wealthy household to find the person responsible for selling computer information to the Soviets. A murder takes place, and soon Cody is investigating the various blackmailing and bed-hopping that has been occurring at the lavish estate.
Director: Andy Sidaris. Starring: Darby Hinton, Sybil Danning.
Rated R. 105 minutes.
RAMBO: FIRST BLOOD PART II — John Rambo is released from prison for a top-secret mission that returns him to the last place on Earth he wants to be: the jungles of Vietnam. This sequel to 1982’s “First Blood” was a smash at the box office, and was parodied later in films “UHF” and “Hot Shots: Part Deux.”
Director: George P. Cosmatos. Starring: Sylvester Stallone, Richard Crenna.
Rated R. 96 minutes.
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