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300 FAVORITE MOVIES (in no particular order)

195. Weird Science (1985)

"You guys created me, I didn’t come from anywhere. Before you started messing around with your computer, I didn’t even exist. By the way, you did an excelent job. Thank you."

(vía vanillica)


Anthony Michael Hall et Ilan Mitchell-Smith dans Weird Science - John Hughes 1985

Back To The Future Triology by Brenton Powell / Tumblr / Website


All right. Where is the poison? The battle of wits has begun. It ends when you decide and we both drink, and find out who is right… and who is dead.
(lo pinta Nick Thornborrow)

Another reveal for our Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary traveling art show! It’s Phantom City Creative’s turn with their ghoulish take on the possessed taxi scene. An awesome addition to the exhibit!!!
Join us TOMORROW NIGHT, in New York City, at 69 Leonard Street, just around the corner from the movie’s original firehouse, from 7-10 PM for our opening reception. And we’ll be open everyday, including Easter, through April 26th, from 11-7 PM

i luv the power glove
Favorite 80s Movies: THE LAST STARFIGHTER
”Greetings, Starfighter. You have been recruited by the Star League to defend the frontier against Xur and the Ko-Dan Armada.”  


Original Illustration by Jeff Victor


Starfighter & Space Paranoids by Joey Spiotto / Blog / Store

Part of Gallery1988’s 10-year anniversary show, 'The Subtle Art of Pop Culture', opening Friday April 11th 2014 at Gallery1988 / Tumblr.


Millenium Falcon in an Asteroid Field
”Sir, the possibility of successfully navigating an asteroid field is approximately 3,720 to 1.” - C-3PO
Created by Mazeon


8-Bit Star Wars

By Christopher Lee


"You’n me, we’re going nowhere slowly,
And we gotta get away from the past.
There’s nothin’ wrong with going nowhere, baby—
But we should be going nowhere fast.”

Favorite 80s Movies: STREETS OF FIRE (1984)
”Some people that never talk about their feelings got’ em deeper than anybody. Other people never talk about their feelings ‘cause they ain’t got any.”  

"You know, nobody ever had a hold on me like you did. I would have done anything for you. A long time ago, I would’ve thought you were worthy of it. Not anymore, babe."

Streets of Fire (1984)

Directed by Walter Hill

Cinematography by Andrew Laszlo

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