Monday, April 4, 2005 in some sort of meme

8 for the 80’s – movie edition

We’re totally going to the movies this week!

1. What was your hands-down absolute favorite movie from the 80’s? You know, the one you know every line to.
2. What were your other faves?
3. What was the most memorable or worst movie experience of the 80’s?
4. How did your movie watching change from 1980 to 1989?
5. Which 80’s movie best represented your life? (You can pick more than one to cover the decade.)
6. Who was your favorite actor or director?
7. Are they still going strong, or should they give up already?
8. Did you watch more movies at the theater, or on your new VCR or Beta? Did you constantly have to hook it up for your mom and show her how to program the thing?

Comments

  1. Since I responded to that on another thread of yours by mistake (DONT LAUGH !!) I just wanna say…

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY SWEETY!!!!!

  2. We’re totally going to the movies this week!

    1. What was your hands-down absolute favorite movie from the 80’s? You know, the one you
    know every line to. **The Breakfast Club**
    2. What were your other faves? **Back to the Future, Pretty in Pink, Sixteen Candles, Dirty
    Dancing, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure**
    3. What was the most memorable or worst movie experience of the 80’s? **Memorable was seeing
    ‘Missing in Action 3’ with a guy I dated twice. This was the 2nd date and the last. Dh and
    I (was dear boyfriend then) went to see ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels’ and hated it.**
    4. How did your movie watching change from 1980 to 1989? **From the teenage angst movies to
    more action type movies.**
    5. Which 80’s movie best represented your life?
    (You can pick more than one to cover the decade.)**The Breakfast Club**
    6. Who was your favorite actor or director? **Director John Hughes (can’t you tell?)**
    7. Are they still going strong, or should they give up already? **Don’t know.**
    8. Did you watch more movies at the theater, or on your new VCR or Beta? Did you constantly have to hook it up for your mom and show her how to program the thing? **It was probably even on the VCR and the theater.
    I saw movies at the theater with dear boyfriend (dh) and at home on the VCR with family.
    We never had to constantly hook it up but the clock was alwasy blinking 12:00 and no one
    except me or my brother could program it to record anything. **