Scenes From Movies of the Eighties, Movies Beginning with W
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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When Gordon Gekko gives his "Greed is Good" speech at a shareholder meeting when he is attempting a hostile takeover on Teldar Paper.
The scene when Joshua reboots and starts asking if Dr. Falken wants to play a game.
When the teacher asks David: "Maybe you can tell us who first suggested the idea of re-preduction without sex... - Ahmm... your wife?"
The various scenes in which Larry and Richard are running around with Bernie tied to them. As well as the scene where Bernie gets lucky with his lady friend, after he's dead.
The scene when Gary and Lisa are at his parents and Lisa describes the party as "the ususal nasty teen soiree... you know... chips, dips, chains, whips." I LOVE this movie!
The scene where they are drunk in the blues bar with all the old black guys, and Anthony Michael Hall is talking like an old black man....Too funny!
When Gary and Wyatt come home drunk and Wyatt's brother Chet is home for the weekend. Chet realizes Gary is loaded and asks him "How would you like a greasy pork sandwich served in a dirty ashtray"....Gary was ready to throw up for sure.......classic movie!
When Gary, Wyatt and Lisa are in the bar. Gary is drunk and telling the story about the girl that knee'd him in the nuts, "Not the family jewels," and called him faggot in front of everyone.
The whole scene in the blues bar that begins with Anthony Michael Hall saying, "Lemme tell ya my story, man..."
The morning after the party Gary and Wyatt take Deb and Hilly home. After Wyatt says goodbye to Hilly he stops, and shouts "Hilly! I love you!" and the sprinklers come on and "Tenderness" by General Public starts in the background.
In the end, Harry runs to Sally and tells her "When your realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody you want that moment to start right now."
Also the whole orgasm scene at the restaurant, and the lady at the other table says, "I'll have what she's having".
Billy Crystal are at the batting cages, and Crystal is describing sex with a woman: Crystal - "Oh, and the sex was so great, she even meowed!." Kirby - "You made a woman meow?" Crystal - "Yeah. But I'm telling you . . ." Kirby - "You made a woman meow???"
White Water Summer
Alan, Chris, George,and Mitch were heading for the canoe to head home from their camping trip to get away from the trouble Vic was doing. Vic cut them off and told them you're not leaving. He chased Alan away from the canoe and the others followed them. Chris start beating Vic with a paddle and followed him to the cliff. George tried to stop Chris from doing more by getting the paddle from him and lost it. Chris threw a rock at Vic's face causing Vic to fall off the cliff and break his leg when he hit the bottom.
The whole scene when they're at the bar drinking with the local bar crowd and then after when there riding home and there discussing if Wyatt had too much to drink and then Gary's like "Forget it I'll drive Gimmie da keys"
The best scene is when Madmartigan goes to Sorsha's tent to save the baby, Elora Danon. He has just been given some love dust and falls in love with Sorsha, his enemy. He starts spouting poetry while she sticks a knife at his throat. Classic Willow.
What is your favorite 80s movie moment?
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