Film From The 80sTo celebrate the recent release of their brand new Gremlins inspired slot games, our friends over at BGO have decided to reveal their list of top ten films from the 1980s. Well, in retrospect, it's pretty safe to say that the eighties was a fairly good decade for making movies and developing brand new projects. Not only because writers could still write and actors could still act, but in addition to this, the overall industry was more focused on producing a wide variety of entertaining films that were accessible and fun to watch. This included films like Ghostbusters (the non-political version), The Breakfast Club (now with no added sugar), as well as the aforementioned monster inspired horror-comedy, Gremlins (not to be mistaken for any of the Kardashian sisters).

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The eighties was also a great decade for honing talent and inspiring confidence in the general public. After all, most of the movies had something worthwhile to say about the past (Platoon), the present (Working Girl), and the foreseeable future (Blade Runner), without sounding overly pretentious or overly trite (Crimes and Misdemeanors). Having said that, though, there were a couple of flops I would rather forget about or erase from my memory, such as Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker or Madonna’s Shanghai Surprise. But by and large, a fair amount were genuinely entertaining and even managed to inspire the next wave of Hollywood superstar. Want to know more? Then please check out the following infographic kindly given to me by BGO. Please enjoy. 

Top 5 Films from the 1980s

So what do you think of that, dear reader? Do you agree with their list? Or do you think you can come up with something better? Either way, please feel free to leave your thoughts in the comment section below, and don’t forget to check out BGO’s Gremlins themed slot games (now available for your smartphone, tablet, or PC).

FIVE GREAT FILMS FROM THE 80S FIVE GREAT FILMS FROM THE 80S Reviewed by David Andrews on May 11, 2020 Rating: 5

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