Scenes From Movies of the Eighties, Movies Beginning with T
What was the most memorable scene from an eighties movie? Was it when the
Blues Brothers make an impossible leap over the drawbridge, or was it when
Bender in the Breakfast Club leads the group through the deserted school
corridors while trying to avoid getting caught? Whatever the reason, whatever
the scene, let me know and I'll share it with everyone else.
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The scene where scott goes into the liquor store to buy the keg gets turned down and then uses wolf eyes and voice to scare the guy into giving him the beer. Classic scene for all of us going to teenage parties
The scene when Nigel is playing the classical piano and talking to Marty DiBergi about how he likes to play. Marty asks him what he's playing, and Nigel says "This one is called Lick My Love Pump."
Take me to bed or lose me forever!
Maverick and Merlin are flying in the final "battle scene" and Merlin asks Maverick what he's doing. Maverick replies, "I'm bringing 'em in closer." To which Merlin responds, "You're gonna do what?!"
When Charlie is chasing Maverick down the street... the song "Take My Breath Away" by Berlin is faintly heard in the background...the part when she admits she fell for him.....
It is the scene when Goose and Maverick requst a "flyby" and the air traffic control guy answers with, "Negative Ghost Writer the pattern is full." And of course Maverick flys by anyway.When Anthony Edwards, Meg Ryan, Tom Cruise and Kelly McGillis are all in a bar singing "Great Balls Of Fire" (terribly, I might add!) and Meg Ryan says to Anthony Edwards, "Goose, you big stud, take me to bed or lose me forever!"
When Iceman says to Maverick you can be my wing man anytime and then Maverick says bull**** you can be mine.
When Maverick and Goose goes on a flight, they say "I feel the need, the need for speed!"
Can't believe nobody mentioned the scene where Maverick and Goose are in the commander's office being lectured, and it ends with "You'll be flying a cargo plane full of rubber dog shit!"
A group of German soldiers comes after the French fighters in a Mercedespersonel carrier. The fighter known as Chocolate Mousse steps into the pathof the Mercedes and blasts it with his machine gun. The Mercedes then driftsoff towards the side of the road and rolls towards a Ford Pinto. The Mercedesonly taps the Pinto's bumper, but there's still a massive explosion. Aftersome words from Val Kilmer, the Frenchmen jump into the still flamingMercedes and drive off. One guy says "You've got to hand it to the Germans.They build good cars."
Transformers: The Movie
This is one of the saddest scenes in the movie when the Autobots of the old TV show we're blasted during a suprise attack by the Decepticons, other two Windcharger and Wheeljack were lying dead, and the most eyeballing scene is when the best character of the cartoon Optimus Prime died after he whooped Megatron's flying garbage bucket ass
One of my favorite scenes from this movie is when, after Ultra Magnus, Arcee, Springer, Perceptor and Daniel have crashed on the Planet of Junk. Ultra magnus made an @$$ of himself, and let the matrix get taken by Galvatron. The Junkions pop out, and chase the 'Bots on their friends. Wreck-Gar, the lead Junkoin, just happens to be voiced by the oh-so-funny Eric Idle, and he has quite a few funny lines. During this whole scene, Weird Al's "Dare To Be Stupid" is playing in the background, giving it an unmistakebly 80's feel. My other has to be when Megatron and the 'Cons are attacking Autobot City, Springer says "I have better things to do tonight than die!". ANY fan of Springer can tell you just why he said this while Arcee was by him...hehe...
Phyllis Nefler (Shelley Long) is leading her troops through a swamp and sees a snake. She radioes back to her assistant leader Annie and asks " Do rattlesnakes live in swamps?" Annie says "no" and she heaves a collective sigh of relief, but then Annie says "Water moccasins do though. They're just as deadly except they give no warning." To this, Phyllis and the troop that she is leading all scream and run. The scene cuts out with the snake sliding over the walkie talkie and you can hear Annie saying "Phyllis? Are you there? Hello? Phyllis?" This was always one of my fave movie scenes. Another scene that I like from this movie is where Phyllis and the troop are walking and hear a noise. Phyllis says "It must be a wild beast." You hear Velda Plendor, the evil troopwoman shouting, to which Phyllis says "Yep, it's a wild beast alright."
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