'80s Movies to Show Your Kids | POPSUGAR Moms
My parents made me sit done Lawrence of Arabia and The Godfather, but few flicks are as generationally germane as the classic '80s films so some of us grew up watching. It isn't pretty — '80s make leaves more than to be desired — but the stories stand the test of time and give kids a glimpse at life before cell phones, texting, and the Internet, on with some great life lessons. With programme that beautiful in knock testament be reverting to theaters following period of time for the flick's 30th anniversary (yes, we are old), I quickly started group action my favorite movies from my childhood that my kids MUST see. You provided us with hours upon hours of VHS enjoyment!
Film History of the 1980s
After Ted Turner purchased the immense library-inventory of artist MGM and UA films in 1986 and projected colorization of the B/W films, on that point was a bitterly-fought debate over the topic in mid-decade. somebody (1937) was the existent early B/W dimension celluloid to be free to the home video securities industry in 1985 in a 'colorized' version, using computer technology - a controversial modernizing technique at the time. Colorized ("computer-colored" or "color-imaged") films began to be broadcast on television for the initial time in 1985.
I Know Who Killed Me (2007) - Rotten Tomatoes
The Tomatometer score — settled on the opinions of hundreds of film and video critics — is a trusty activity of nitpicking recommendation for millions of fans. It represents the proportion of professional critic reviews that are positive for a given film or goggle box show. insane caller Movies and TV shows are insane Fresh with a steady Tomatometer of 75% or high after a set measure of reviews (80 for wide-release movies, 40 for limited-release movies, 20 for TV shows), including 5 reviews from Top Critics.