It’s one of the last weekends before summer — why not spend part of it enjoying a simpler time? Re-watch your favorite films from the decade of decadence now in your Chrome web browser.
Fun fact: during development one exec wanted to rename this would-be classic “Spacemen from Pluto,” presumably
because cocaine because unlike Marty he had not seen how that future would turn out. Available on HBO or rental (SD $2.99; HD $3.99).
3. Pretty Woman
Fine: it’s technically not an ’80s movie (Pretty Woman was released in March of 1990), but it was definitely still filmed in the ’80s, as evidenced by Richard Gere’s power suits and Julia Roberts’ hair. Watch now on USA.
Before she became queen of drunk tweeting, Cher won an Oscar for slapping Nic Cage. Enjoy Moonstruck now on Tribeca Shortlist.
Coincidence or deal with the devil? Rob Lowe and Demi Moore both stopped aging circa this Brat Pack classic, available now on Tribeca Shortlist. Watch and judge for yourself.
Perennial scene-stealer Kevin Kline’s role as a diamond thief in A Fish Called Wanda won Best-Supporting-Actor gold at the 1989 Academy Awards. Yep, another classic brought to you by Tribeca Shortlist.
Before ruling a ranching empire on Paramount Network’s Yellowstone (premiering June 20th), Kevin Costner ran a cornfield baseball diamond for shoeless ghosts. Rent the movie that still makes your dad cry (SD $2.99; HD $3.99).
Make it to Monday without checking out any of these hits?