Logan’s Movie Reviews: They Live, 1988


Nada (Roddy Piper), a wanderer without meaning in his life, discovers a pair of sunglasses capable of showing the world the way it truly is. As he walks the streets of Los Angeles, Nada notices that both the media and the government are comprised of subliminal messages meant to keep the population subdued, and that most of the social elite are skull-faced aliens bent on world domination. With this shocking discovery, Nada fights to free humanity from the mind-controlling aliens.
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Logan’s Movie Reviews: Tequila Sunrise, 1988


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Mac Mckussic is an unlikely drug dealer who wants to go straight. His old and best friend Nick Frescia is now a cop who is assigned to investigate and bring him to justice. Mac is very attracted to Jo Ann, the owner of a stylish restaurant. Nick gets close to Jo Ann attempting to know more about Mac’s drug dealing plans and his connections with the Mexican dealer Carlos, who the police believe is coming to town to meet with him. Nick also falls for Jo Ann’s charms and his friendship with Mac is in danger.

Logan’s Movie Reviews: Harlem Nights,1989


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In the waning days of Prohibition, Sugar Ray (Richard Pryor) and his adopted son, Quick (Eddie Murphy), run a speakeasy called Club Sugar Ray. When gangster Bugsy Calhoune (Michael Lerner) learns that Sugar Ray’s place is pulling in more money than his own establishment, the Pitty Pat Club, he pays corrupt cop Phil Cantone (Danny Aiello) to close Club Sugar Ray down. Quick doesn’t exactly help the situation when he falls for Calhoune’s gun moll, Miss Dominique La Rue (Jasmine Guy).

Logan’s Movie Reviews: Frantic, 1988


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While attending a medical conference in Paris, Dr. Richard Walker (Harrison Ford) is horrified when his wife, Sondra (Betty Buckley), is abducted from their hotel room while he is taking a shower. Using his limited knowledge of French language and culture, Walker must navigate the bureaucracy of French law enforcement and ultimately, with the help of street waif Michelle (Emmanuelle Seigner), infiltrate Paris’ criminal underworld in order to discover what really happened to his wife. Directed by Roman Polanski.

Logan’s Movie Reviews: The Pope of Greenwich Village, 1984


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Set on the streets of New York’s Little Italy, chronicles the lives and relationships between a disparate pair of Italian American cousins. Both of them want to leave the poverty of ghetto life but their quest to get there lands them in between the mob and the crooked police force.
Director – Stuart Rosenberg
Starring:
Eric Roberts – Paulie
Mickey Rourke – Charlie
Daryl Hannah – Diane
Geraldine Page – Mrs Ritter
Burt Young – Bedbug Eddie

Great 80s Movies: Biloxi Blues, 1988 — Movie Review w/1Silva

Eugene Morris Jerome (Matthew Broderick), a 20-year-old Jewish Brooklynite is drafted into the United States Army during the last year of World War II and sent to Biloxi, Mississippi for basic training. While there, he learns to cope with fellow soldiers from all walks of life, falls in love, and loses his virginity in less than ideal circumstances, all while having to cope with an eccentric drill instructor (Christopher Walken).
Directed by by Mike Nichols, written by Neil Simon
Matthew Broderick as Eugene Morris Jerome
Christopher Walken as Sergeant First Class Merwin J. Toomey
Penelope Ann Miller as Daisy
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Great 80s Movies: Ragtime, 1981 — Movie Review w/ 1Silva

A young black pianist becomes embroiled in the lives of an upper-class white family set among the racial tensions, infidelity, violence, and other nostalgic events in early 1900s New York City
Director: Milos Forman
Cast: James Cagney, Norman Mailer, Howard E. Rollins Jr., Brad Dourif, Elizabeth McGovern, and Debbie Allen
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Great 80s Movies: Heathers, 1988 — Movie Review w/1Silva

1988 film starring Winona Ryder and Christian Slater. The film portrays four girls — three of whom are named Heather — in a clique at a fictional Ohio high school. The film brought director Michael Lehmann and producer Denise Di Novi the 1990 Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature

And Winona Ryder has confirmed that there will be a sequel to this coming out soon!!
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Great 80’s Movies: Less Than Zero, 1987 — Movie Review w/1Silva

A college freshman returns to L.A. for the holidays at his ex-girlfriend’s request, but discovers that his former best friend has an out-of-control drug habit.

Directed by Marek Kanievska

Starring: Andrew McCarthy, Jami Gertz, and Robert Downey Jr
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Great 80s Movies: Scarface, 1983 — Movie Review

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In 1980 Miami, a determined Cuban immigrant takes over a drug cartel while succumbing to greed.

Director: Brian De Palma

Writer: Oliver Stone (screenplay)

Stars: Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer, Steven Bauer