Guilty Pleasures: 1980s Collection (8 Classic Films)
Guilty Pleasures: 1980s Collection (8 Classic Films) Features
INDULGE IN THESE CLASSIC FILMS FROM THE 1980’S!
ANGEL (1989, Rated R, 93 Mins) Orphaned, 15-year-old Molly Stewart (Donna Wilkes) is a sweet looking honor student at a private girl's school by day, but by night she works the streets of Hollywood as a prostitute named Angel. When a deranged serial killer who preys on hookers starts murdering her friends from the boulevard, Angel takes off on a personal quest for vengeance.
GIRLS JUST WANT TO HAVE FUN (1985, Rated PG, 87 Mins) Janey (Sarah Jessica Parker) is a shy good girl. Lynne (Helen Hunt) is a cool rock chick. But when the two friends scheme to get Janey on television's biggest after-school dance show, they find themselves on a wild adventure.
FRATERNITY VACATION (1985, Rated R, 94 Mins) Fraternity men Mother (Tim Robbins) and Joe (Cameron Dye) have their sights set on a sun-soaked bikini-fest down Palm Springs way. They're just hoping that Wendell (Stephen Geofferys), the ultimate nerd whose father is paying for the trip, won't spoil the fun.
TUFF TURF (1985, Rated R, 112 Mins) Morgan Hiller (James Spader), recently transplanted from an East Coast prep school where he was a known troublemaker, hopes to make a fresh start at his new school in Los Angeles. Unfortunately, he gets off on the wrong foot when he breaks up an attempted mugging by Nick Hauser (Paul Mones) and his gang, the Tuffs.
REFORM SCHOOL GIRLS (1986, Rated R, 94 Mins) Voluptuous Jenny Williams (Linda Carol), a young first-time offender, learns the hard way that the rules of the outside world don't apply at this reform school.
NIGHT PATROL (1984, Rated R, 85 Mins) Good-hearted but inept cop Melvin moonlights as a stand-up comedian. Billing himself as "The Unknown Comic," he wears a bag over his head to boost his courage and protect his career on the police force. Melvin is already having enough trouble maintaining his "double identity" when a joke-cracking thief commits a series of crimes while wearing Melvin's trademark bag over his head.
SOUL MAN (1986, PG-13, 105 Mins) Mark Watson (C. Thomas Howell) has been accepted to Harvard Law School, but his dreams are dashed when his parents withdraw financial support. In desperation, Mark chemically darkens his skin and wins a full scholarship intended for black students.
BLACK MOON RISING (1986, Rated R, 100 Mins) Master thief Sam Quint (Academy Award® winner Tommy Lee Jones), hired by the government for a high-level job, hides a computer disc containing vital evidence in a sleek experimental supercar known as The Black Moon.Read More