The 80s was the decade that saw some of the most strange and weird things in cinema.
There were so many strange things going on at once, and there was so much that went on that had nothing to do with cinema, and yet everyone loved it, so we loved it.
It was a strange decade and a half.
There was an era that had no real meaning or purpose, that was full of wild, bizarre, bizarre ideas and characters, and a decade and half where we are still getting those ideas in our heads.
We’re still trying to make sense of what that meant, but for a decade or so, the concept of the 80 was completely forgotten.
It had no meaning, and so we didn’t really understand what it meant, and we didn-a) care, b) care about it, c) care and d) didn’t care.
That’s the sad truth.
The 80’s was a decade of great films that we will never see again, because they all failed in one way or another.
That said, we still like 80s movies.
They’re all amazing and weird, and sometimes the weird ones are really fun, like The Blair Witch Project.
They still have that weirdness, that sense of chaos.
But the 80 is also a decade that still holds a great place in our hearts.
We love them, and I hope we never forget them, even though we probably won’t.
The 90s, which began with Blade Runner and ended with Alien, were the decade of films that made us cry.
They were terrible, and they still are, but they were so great, and their weirdness was so real.
You’ll find the 90s at the end of our list of the 10 worst 90s movies, and for a brief period of time, I felt like I was in the 90’s.
It’s weird because they’re all fantastic, and if you’re really into 90s cinema, then you’ll definitely be into Blade Runner, Alien, Blade Runner 2, Blade Fighter, and the 80-plus movies that followed.
But if you just love 80s cinema and want to see what 90s films were like, you’re in for a bit of a disappointment.
But it’s worth it to remember all of the weird and strange things that were going on.
The 1990s were a decade filled with weird and wonderful movies.
It felt like everyone was having a great time, and no one cared.
People were doing whatever they wanted, and everyone was loving themselves.
The internet exploded in popularity in the late 1990s, and 90s nostalgia was a big part of it.
There are a ton of great 90s memories out there, and you can learn more about them by watching this list of 90s memes.
It also gives you a good idea of how the 90 and 80’s were different from each other, and that they had very different styles of storytelling and filmmaking.
So for that, we’d like to give you our top 10 favorite 90s 80s films, and then give you a little history lesson.
Blade Runner (1982) The best 90s movie about time travel, but also the best Blade Runner sequel.
I was 13 at the time, so I was a huge fan of this film.
I loved it for its incredible pacing, its surreal atmosphere, its futuristic sci-fi setting, and its love of time travel.
There’s so much to love about Blade Runner: 2049, and to have a sequel to a film so beloved so quickly and so deeply in our culture is just so fantastic.
BladeRunner (1984) This was the first Blade Runner movie that made me really feel like I belonged in the movie.
Blade, of course, is the original name of the character.
And while the Blade Runner name is a bit obscure and cheesy, it was the name that stuck.
I love Blade Runner for being so much about time, about space travel, and about humanity’s struggle to survive and make sense.
It feels so grounded and realistic.
This movie was so groundbreaking in many ways, including the fact that it was set in the 70s.
But for me, it’s also a big, huge, huge movie.
I’ve watched it more times than I care to remember.
Alien (1986) This is the film that got me into the 80, and was also the first Alien film that made an impact on me.
It just felt like an incredibly strange, surreal movie.
Alien was so bizarre and out there and made me laugh and cry at the same time.
It made me feel like this was the kind of movie that was actually going to happen, and this is the kind, weird, weird movie that I wanted to see.
Blade of the Immortal (1989) Blade Runner 2049 was my favorite