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Seems like you've barely made a dent in this list. I thnk most people could have got through about half that during the 2020 lock down alone.
Outland is a really underated Sci-Fi movie. Kind of a Western that takes place in outer space. I remember seeing this in the movie theater back when it first came out. It was released at the same time as Raiders of The Lost Arc and the movie theater in my town offered a double feature to see this movie & Raiders for the price of one ticket, this is the only time I've ever seen this happen in my life time. It's one of a handful of great movie moments I remember and will never forget from my childhood.Great idea, here's four not on the list:
Stakeout - both a good cop movie and very funny
Outland - great Sean Connery movie - it's sci-fi but gritty like Alien rather than like Star Trek.
Ronin - great action, scenery, car chases, great acting, some hate it cause you never find out what's in the case
The Final Countdown - awesome movie about a Nimitz carrier going back in time to WWII. They really need to remake it so they can have a big battle scene.
Classic 80s horror movies:Just noticed there is a real shortage of Horror type flicks on this list. I just watched 'The Thing' recently. I haven't watched that movie in probably 20 years and it's still really good! The special effects were cutting edge back in the day and yes they are dated by todays standards but they don't come off as cheesy or campy. I actually prefer some of those old movie tricks to todays methods of 'just CGI everything'. I've added this to the list. Every John Carpenter movie should be on this list but I haven't bothered to see which ones other than this one are missing.
When I was very young, I was baby-sat by my grandmother, which meant, for all intents and purposes, by my young aunts. (Young meaning early to mid teens while I was fiveish.)I have absolutely seen Nightmare on Elm St and I was way too young for it at the time. Oh, and Leprechaun too!