Debra Winger, Shirley Maclaine, and Jack Nicholson star in this four-hankie tale of an overly close mother-daughter relationship. Jack Nicholson is cast against type as an amorously roguish former astronaut.
F. Murray Abraham, as court composer Salieri, boils with rage when he sees that spoiled brat Mozart is the one who has been truly gifted with musical genius. This is a costume drama that never lets the costumes get in the way.
Meryl Streep stars as Karen Blixen-Finecke, a woman whose husband leaves her alone to run their African coffee plantation. Things get interesting when a dashing hunter played by Robert Redford shows up
A visually sumptuous chronicle of the life of Pu Yi, the last emperor of China. Pu Yi, a middle-aged man in a communist reeducation camp, thinks back on his life, starting when he ascended the Imperial throne at the age of three.
Hot head Charlie Babbitt returns home for the reading of his father's will only to find out that he has an older brother he never knew. Dustin Hoffman plays Raymond, Charlie's autistic savant older brother. Road trip!
Jessica Tandy and Morgan Freeman star. When Southern matriarch Miss Daisy can no longer drive herself, her son hires Hoke, beginning a 25-year friendship.
Mar 16th, 2002, 05:04 PM
I love all this movies. I voted Driving Miss Daisy. (For Jessica Tandy)
But my favorite 80's movie is The Empire of the Sun;)
Mar 16th, 2002, 05:07 PM
I really like Ordinary People, but I gave a slight edge and the vote....to Terms Of Endearment. I still cry everytime I watch that. The hospital scene where Shirley McClaine starts yelling at the nurses to give her daughter some pain medicine just breaks my heart.
Mar 16th, 2002, 06:16 PM
I can't believe Dirty Dancing ain't in there. :eek: