The 25 Best… 80’s Movies!

In our latest regular feature, coming out the first Friday of each month, Phil (of Phil’s Quick Capsule Review)  along with podcaster Josh Morris, Writer Mike Parkin, Grosse Point Geek’s Will Strong and Motion Picture Manic Jamie Robinson breakdown the 25 Best Films Of each major film decade.

This time out: The 80’s. 

The close but no cigar Films: An American Werewolf In London, Rambo First Blood Part 2, Full Metal Jacket, Rocky 4,  My Neighbour Totoro 

 

  • No. 25
    No. 25
    Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom (1984)
  • No. 24
    No. 24
    E.T. The Extra Terrestrial (1982)
  • No. 23
    No. 23
    Commando (1985)
  • No. 22
    No. 22
    Brazil (1985)
  • No. 21
    No. 21
    The Breakfast Club (1985)
  • No. 20
    No. 20
    Back To The Future (1985)
  • No. 19
    No. 19
    Ferris Buellers Day Off (1986)
  • No. 18
    No. 18
    The Terminator (1984)
  • No. 17
    No. 17
    Star Wars: The Return Of The Jedi (1983)
  • No. 16
    No. 16
    The Goonies (1985)
  • No. 15
    No. 15
    Spaceballs (1987)
  • No. 14 (1987)
    No. 14 (1987)
    Lethal Weapon
  • No. 13 (1980)
    No. 13 (1980)
    The Shinning
  • No. 12 (1987)
    No. 12 (1987)
    The Princess Bride
  • No. 11 (1986)
    No. 11 (1986)
    Top Gun
  • No. 10 (1982)
    No. 10 (1982)
    The Thing
  • No. 9  (1984)
    No. 9 (1984)
    Ghostbusters
  • No. 8 (1980)
    No. 8 (1980)
    Airplane
  • No. 7 (1981)
    No. 7 (1981)
    Raiders of The Lost Ark
  • No. 6 (1981)
    No. 6 (1981)
    Mad Max 2 The Road Warrior
  • No. 5 (1982)
    No. 5 (1982)
    Blade Runner
  • No. 4 (1987)
    No. 4 (1987)
    Predator
  • No. 3 (1988)
    No. 3 (1988)
    Die Hard
  • No. 2 (1986)
    No. 2 (1986)
    Aliens
  • No. 1 (1980)
    No. 1 (1980)
    Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back

 

 

About Phil Hobden

Phil Hobden is the former Film Editor & Writer for renowned martial arts focused COMBAT MAGAZINE in the UK. He is also a filmmaker in his own right, having produced two cult Independent action films in LEFT FOR DEAD and TEN DEAD MEN. He was the host for the Filmsploitation podcast for 4 years and now writes and edits for his own site Phil's Quick Capsule Review...