I miss the 80s: big hair, parachute pants, collectible toys, and amazingly nostalgic kid-friendly movies. I could watch the best 80s movies from my childhood over and over. And I sometimes do.

Be honest. How many of you poured water on something hoping it would multiply like Gremlins? And did you try attaching a milk crate to the front of your bike like Elliot in “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial?

How many of us are still hooked on Baby Ruth (“Goonies“) and Reese’s Pieces (also “E.T.“) thanks to excellent product placement? I still won’t go near the TV at night if it has ants racing (ehm, thanks, “Poltergeist“).

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Picking the ten best kid-friendly movies from the 80s can be tricky and highly subjective. We tried to be objective by using IMDb as our ranking source. And we stuck to movies with child and teen-related themes targeted at broad audiences.

And because 80s movies were simply that amazing, we naturally had to add an honorable mention section (many more of my favorites are there).

Sadly, my all-time favorite 80s movie, “The Last Starfighter,” didn’t make the list (its rating is only a 6.7/10), so don’t feel bad if you don’t see your favorite either.

Top 10 Highest-Rated 80s Childhood Movies, According to IMDb

  • ‘Ghostbusters’ (1984) – 7.8
  • ‘Back to the Future Part II’ (1989) – 7.8
  • ‘A Christmas Story’ (1983) – 7.9
  • ‘E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial’ (1982) – 7.9
  • ‘The Princess Bride’ (1987) – 8
  • ‘Dead Poets Society’ (1989) – 8.1
  • ‘Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi’ (1983) – 8.3
  • ‘Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark’ (1981) – 8.4
  • ‘Back to the Future’ (1985) – 8.5
  • ‘Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back’ (1980) – 8.7

10 ‘Ghostbusters’ (1984)

Ghostbusters (1984) - #10 Best 80s Movies for Kids


IMDb: 7.8/10 426K | Popularity: 745 | Metascore: 71
Genres: Action, Comedy, Fantasy

Admit it. You’ve sung the “Ghostbusters” theme song so many times. I know I have. And what kid growing up in the 80s didn’t want to fire off a proton pack?

Such an exciting concept that it had kids (and adults) pretending to be part of the Ghostbusters squad, fighting off spectral apparitions.

I can’t even eat smores without reflecting on how Dan Aykroyd (Ray) and Bill Murray (Peter) BBQed a skyscraper-sized Stay-Puft marshmallow man.

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This ghost fighter film was so successful that it spun off cartoons, hit music videos, numerous sequels (good and bad), and tons of merchandise (like Slim, my favorite).

It isn’t merely a best 80s movie; “Ghostbusters” is an ode to childhood fantasy, creativity, and the idea that even the ordinary can be extraordinary. It’s easily one of the top 80s movies for youngsters and grownups—a testament to magical cinema from that period.

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9 ‘Back to the Future Part II’ (1989)

Back to the Future Part II (1989) - #9 Best 80s Movies for Kids

IMDb: 7.8/10 549K | Popularity: 1,271 | Metascore: 57
Genres: Adventure, Comedy, Sci-Fi

This best 80s childhood movie should have been named “Accurately Predicts the Future,” but it doesn’t have the same kind of ring, does it?

We may not have time travel, flying cars, or hoverboards yet, but this Michael J. Fox 80s movie hit allowed us to dream. And we have so much (mobile phones, flatscreens, etc.) to thank for that.

Fox’s reprisal as Marty McFly, which was both humorous and heartening, solidified this series’ success and is still mentioned today in pop culture.

The film also underscores the classic theme of actions having consequences, which is particularly powerful when dealing with time travel.

While facing off against nemesis Biff (Tom Wilson) with remarkable wit, Marty (Fox) struggles to improve his family’s future with the help of Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd).

Back to the Future Part II” stirred dreams of future possibilities, even as 2015 passed. It’s an interesting snapshot of 80s predictions that inspires generations today.

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8 ‘A Christmas Story’ (1983)

A Christmas Story (1983) - #8 Best 80s Movies for Kids

IMDb: 7.9/10 161K | Popularity: 4,008 | Metascore: 77
Genres: Comedy, Family

I triple-dog dare you to find a more popular 80s movie around Christmas time. Don’t let the current popularity score above fool you, this “you’ll shoot your eye out” flick hits the bullseye every December.

Think about it. When’s the last time they didn’t run this movie all day long on Christmas Day? The year before it originally aired, most likely.

The film’s genius lies in its detailed portrayal of childhood’s small joys, daily battles, and comic tragedies. Through the wide-eyed perspective of our young protagonist Ralphie (Peter Billingsley), we’re taken back to our childhood experiences, the highs and lows of growing up, and the universal yearning for that special gift.

Who could forget Ralphie’s eccentric father (played by Darren McGavin), strange obsessions, or sweet, ever-patient mother (Melinda Dillon)? And let’s not forget Ralphie’s amusing school pals and confrontations with the neighborhood bullies. These characters are not just figments of a movie. They’re fragments of our childhood, making each viewing of the film a walk down memory lane.

And Red Ryder should cut director Bob Clark and his writers a check. Because what boy in the 80s didn’t want one of their pump-action BB guns after seeing “A Christmas Story?”

I’ve watched this holiday classic more often than all the best 80s childhood movies combined. You probably have too.

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7 ‘E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial’ (1982)

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) - #7 Best 80s Movies for Kids

IMDb: 7.9/10 421K | Popularity: 879 | Metascore: 91
Genres: Adventure, Family, Sci-Fi

Ah, the alien we all fell in love with as kids. And how could you not? He has excellent taste in candy (sorry M&Ms, but it’s true), can make your bicycle fly, and has a green thumb.

E.T.’s appeal transcends his alien origin. His childlike innocence, curiosity, and kindness make him so universally beloved. Whether he was magically making bicycles fly against the backdrop of a moonlit sky or healing wounds with his glowing finger, he brought a sense of wonder and enchantment to the film that still enchants audiences today.

The film’s iconic scene with E.T. and Elliot (Henry Thomas) sharing Reese’s Pieces has fueled our collective addiction to these peanut-buttery morsels. It symbolized the power of shared experiences and unlikely friendships.

Drew Barrymore, who was adorable, has this movie to thank for her superstardom. Her innocent interaction with E.T. was heartwarming and demonstrated her natural talent for acting, laying a solid foundation for her successful career in Hollywood.

It wasn’t all sweet peanut-buttery chocolate and unicorn rainbows when it came to E.T.’s influence, though (especially merchandise). The only knock on this movie is the horrendous Atari 2600 game of the same name that was consequently sent to a landfill. What a disastrous flop!

Despite this misstep, “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” remains a cherished classic and is easily one of the best 80s kids’ movies. Whether we’re following a trail of Reese’s Pieces or gazing at a sky filled with flying bicycles, the magic of E.T. continues to resonate with us.

To this day, I still blame my Reese’s Pieces addiction on director Steven Spielberg and this loveable creature from outer space.

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6 ‘The Princess Bride’ (1987)

The Princess Bride (1987) - #6 Best 80s Movies for Kids

IMDb: 8/10 436K | Popularity: 304 | Metascore: 77
Genres: Adventure, Comedy, Family

Swordplay, an actual giant, a Sicilian intellectual, and romance; everything you need to make a great 80s hit comedy movie.

At its heart, “The Princess Bride” is a love story – a tender tale of Westley and Buttercup, beautifully portrayed by Cary Elwes and Robin Wright. Their romance is the core around which the film’s adventurous plot unravels. Yet, the unique cast of supporting characters adds color to this captivating narrative.

The unforgettable comedic lines don’t hurt, either. My favorite has always been this one from Mandy Patinkin‘s character…

Inigo Montoya: “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.”

The revenge-driven Spaniard’s catchphrases like, “Hello, my name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die,” have been eternally seared in our minds.

Roddy Piper was the first pro wrestler to feature in an 80s movie. However, Andre The Giant (as Fezzik) left a legacy with his comedic yet lovable appearance. His gigantic size, peaceful temperament, and amusing one-liners formed a unique, memorable, and peculiar character.

The movie also features various villains that add charm and humor. Vizzini (Wallace Shawn) is cunning, while Prince Humperdinck (Chris Sarandon) can be dastardly.

The Princess Bride” is a timeless classic. It mixes the genres of swashbuckling adventure, captivating romance, and enjoyable comedy to the significant effect that few films manage to achieve. No matter one’s age – everybody can enjoy this best 80s childhood hit movie.

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5 ‘Dead Poets Society’ (1989)

Dead Poets Society (1989) - #5 Best 80s Kids Movie

IMDb: 8.1/10 511K | Popularity: 481 | Top 250: #202 | Metascore: 79
Genres: Comedy, Drama

We all have a favorite schoolteacher like John Keating (played by Robin Williams) that left a mark on our souls. They made learning fun and impactful, leaving us hopeful for our futures.

Robin Williams‘ portrayal of the passionate and unconventional English teacher John Keating is deeply memorable, representing those rare educators who not only teach but inspire their students to look at the world differently. Mr. Keating’s profound care for his students encourages us to reminisce about our favorite times in school. 

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The magic of “Dead Poets Society” resides in its ability to make viewers reevaluate the boundaries of traditional education. Keating’s unorthodox teaching methods – urging his students to rip pages from textbooks, stand on desks to change perspective, and embrace the power of poetry – are a breath of fresh air in the otherwise stringent environment of Welton Academy.

The film’s mantra of the revived Dead Poets Society – “Carpe Diem,” or “Seize the day” demonstrates how poetry, literature, and the arts can stir the soul, ignite creativity, and ultimately, change lives.

Dead Poets Society,” directed by Peter Weir, gave me a newfound appreciation for talented writers and poetry. I’ve never been a good writer (I claim to hate it, actually), but appreciation and admiration can often become assimilation, thankfully.

This best 80s childhood movie reminds us of the potential of education to inspire, the power of words to transform, and the importance of seizing the day to make our lives extraordinary.

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4 ‘Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi’ (1983)

Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983) - #4 Best 80s Kids Movie

IMDb: 8.3/10 1.1M | Popularity: 427 | Top 250: #90 | Metascore: 58
Genres: Action, Adventure, Fantasy

Tenacious dancing teddy bears (Ewoks), a hefty slug-like gangster (Jabba the Hutt), and relentless rebels who refused to take an L from the mighty Galactic Empire highlight our favorite space fantasy.

The Star Wars saga has been widely loved by many throughout the years. This conclusion to that beloved franchise might not be considered its best sequel. However, it is still highly regarded as an outstanding end and ranks highly among our best 80s kids’ movies.

Mark Hamill plays Luke Skywalker in “Return of the Jedi” in this George Lucas space epic. After being defeated, he returns as an even more potent Jedi Knight who’s prepared for his destiny in the final chapter of the original Star Wars trilogy.

The intense speeder bike chase on the forest moon of Endor, the epic space battles around the second Death Star, and the intricately designed creatures like the grotesque gangster Jabba the Hutt all contribute to the rich, otherworldly atmosphere of the film. Combined with John Williams‘ emotive score, these elements create an unmatched immersive cinematic experience.

Despite debates over its standing within the franchise, “Return of the Jedi” wraps up the original trilogy profoundly and satisfactorily. It brings closure to the journeys of its iconic characters while effectively setting the stage for the rich, expansive universe that would be further explored in subsequent Star Wars installments.

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3 ‘Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark’ (1981)

Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)

IMDb: 8.4/10 988K | Popularity: 73 | Top 250: #57 | Metascore: 85
Genres: Action, Adventure

Harrison Ford breathed life into Indiana Jones – a swashbuckling hero with a fedora, whip, and quick wit who is one of cinema’s most beloved characters. Ford’s characters (Indy and Han Solo) always showed grit and comical relief that impacted 80s pop culture. Furthermore, his role as Indy persuaded more interest in archeology and geology for myself and countless others.

The movie’s plot follows Indy searching for the biblical Ark of the Covenant across exotic locales packed with danger, including Nazis. René Belloq (Paul Freeman) provides strong opposition, while Marion Ravenwood (Karen Allen) brings additional complexity to this thrilling storyline.

And don’t forget the amazingly snarky dialogue that never disappoints…

Marion: “You’re not the man I knew ten years ago.”
Indiana: “It’s not the years, honey, it’s the mileage.”

John Williams‘ brilliant score adds epic grandeur to scenes that range from suspenseful chases to humorous moments that lighten tension without sacrificing depth or maturity on discussions around history, religion, and power themes. Together its fun-filled action earns “Raiders Of The Lost Arks” recognition as a timeless classic among 80s film fans who enjoy discovery adventures led by unforgettable heroes like Indiana Jones.

It’s easily one of the best 80s movies every former adolescent in us can enjoy.

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2 ‘Back to the Future’ (1985)

Back to the Future starring Michael J. Fox

IMDb: 8.5/10 1.2M | Popularity: 186 | Top 250: #31 | Metascore: 87
Genres: Adventure, Comedy, Sci-Fi

You can’t possibly see a DeLorean and not think about this hit 80s time-travel movie. I know I can’t. Nor can I think of a cooler movie on our list of the best 80s movies from childhood.

The 1985 film “Back to the Future” is still popular with fans of all ages. The Robert Zemeckis film continues to captivate viewers even today. Its success is partly due to its lovable characters, intriguing plot, and delightful sense of fun.

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At its core are two beloved protagonists – Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox), a teenager from 1980s America, and Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd), his madcap inventor friend. Their dynamic adds heartwarming depth as they journey through time-travel adventures that reveal generational similarities amid wild comedic antics.

This unique comedy showcases an array of iconic elements, including a DeLorean time machine, an outstanding electric guitar solo, and memorable catchphrases such as “Great Scott!”

It also features classic 80’s songs by Huey Lewis & The News, giving it an infectious energy. At the same time, Alan Silvestri’s (also famous for “The Polar Express“) uplifting score further heightens the epic feel.

This scifi movie will remind you of why the 80s were so fabulous. I promise you’ll enjoy it. I know I did.

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1 ‘Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back’ (1980)

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1980) - #1 Best 80s Movie for Kids

IMDb: 8.7/10 1.3M | Popularity: 665 | Top 250: #16 | Metascore: 82
Genres: Action, Adventure, Fantasy

It’s the sequel that defined the 80s – full stop. Everyone alive during this period knows precisely what Darth Vader said to Luke in the picture above (well, most do).

Why was this chapter of Star Wars so special? “The Empire Strikes Back” explored new ground – showing that sometimes the good guys don’t come out on top. More so, George Lucas sees to it that they’re crushed underfoot. Make villains fans love to hate, and BOOM; you have arguably the best sequel ever made.

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Director Irvin Kershner boldly moved by subverting traditional tropes; villains win some battles while our heroes suffer setbacks – dark yet realistic.

Mark Hamill‘s Luke Skywalker transitions from farm boy optimism into Jedi-training maturity, which we witness alongside his interactions with Yoda, voiced by Frank Oz. Character arcs deepen as Harrison Ford‘s Han Solo falls romantically for Carrie Fisher’s Princess Leia – it’s complex but compelling storytelling at work here.

And then there was Darth Vader’s legendary bomb shell: “No, I am your father!” Shocking audiences everywhere in 1980, this revelation raised the stakes before the climactic finale of “Return Of The Jedi.”

Williams John‘s masterful score adds even more drama pacing out every scene to perfection, especially the ‘Imperial March.’

Given everything just mentioned, it makes sense why “The Empire Strikes Back” stands above other sequels and tops our list of best 80s childhood movies.

It isn’t merely about aliens or distant galaxies…but personal growth too + love & friendship. It remains timeless, transporting young viewers (and veterans) alike on one galactic adventure after another.

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Honorable Mention: Best 80s Movies from Childhood

Your favorite 80s movie might not have made the top 10 on our list. Mine neither; that’s why we have a few more worth mentioning below.

‘The Goonies’ (1985)

IMDb: 7.7/10 285K | Popularity: 231 | Metascore: 62
Genres: Adventure, Comedy, Family

Misfit kids on a hidden pirate treasure quest, wanted fugitives, Baby Ruth candy bars, and professional wrestlers jiving to Cyndi Lauper‘s music — everything you’d want in the best 80s kids’ movie if you ask me.

It’s a wild 80s ride filled with deadly booby traps, memorable one-liners, and an adventure that will make you believe in the extraordinary.

Are “The Goonies ‘r’ Good Enough” for you? They are for me. I love this movie.

Strap on your pirate hat and prepare to say “Hey, you guys!” because “The Goonies” is a childhood adventure that never says die.

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‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’ (1988)

IMDb: 7.7/10 208K | Popularity: 1736 | Metascore: 83
Genres: Animation, Adventure, Comedy

Take a journey through two different worlds. “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” is an 80s classic of animation and comedy. Live-action detectives mix with zany cartoons in unexpected ways.

Get ready for thrill, excitement, and hilarity like no other as the suspenseful plot unfolds before your eyes.

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‘Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan’ (1982)

IMDb: 7.7/10 125K | Popularity: 2849 | Metascore: 68
Genres: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

Take a trip into the depths of space in this chapter of Star Trek. An old foe brings about an intense battle that tests strength and wit. Enjoy 80s flair, edge-of-your-seat drama, and Ricardo Montalban‘s captivating performance.

Get ready for a thrilling voyage full of revenge – “The Wrath of Khan,” best served cold.

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‘The Little Mermaid’ (1989)

IMDb: 7.6/10 277K | Popularity: 35 | Metascore: 88
Genres: Animation, Adventure, Family

Dive intoThe Little Mermaid,” and you’ll experience an amazing undersea world. Characters like talking fish, singing crabs, and a determined mermaid will make this 80s Disney hit memorable forever. It’s full of catchy tunes, too—plus a love story loved by people of all ages.

So don’t miss out–proving that dreams come true is what “The Little Mermaid” does best.

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‘Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom’ (1984)

IMDb: 7.5/10 505K | Popularity: 203 | Metascore: 57
Genres: Action, Adventure

A whirlwind adventure where ancient temples, treacherous traps, and iconic whip-cracking archeology blend into an 80s movie masterpiece. Brace yourself for thrilling chase scenes, chilling rituals, and the ever-charming Harrison Ford as the unflappable Dr. Jones.

Grab your fedora and get ready because with the “Temple of Doom,” fortune and glory await.

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‘Beetlejuice’ (1988)

IMDb: 7.5/10 316K | Popularity: 220 | Metascore: 70
Genres: Comedy, Fantasy

Beetlejuice” invites you into an outrageous realm where the afterlife is a bureaucratic mess and an eccentric bio-exorcist runs amuck. An 80s classic full of quirky humor, inventive visuals, and a performance from Michael Keaton will make you laugh, cringe, and revel in the madness.

So say his name thrice, if you dare, and brace yourself for a supernatural romp like no other.

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‘The Land Before Time’ (1988)

IMDb: 7.4/10 94K | Popularity: 2673 | Metascore: 66
Genres: Animation, Adventure, Drama

Go on a prehistoric adventure where a group of young dinosaurs band together in a quest for the legendary Great Valley. It’s a timeless 80s tale filled with dinosaur friendships, dangerous journeys, and heartwarming moments that transcend time.

Buckle up for an epic journey because, in “The Land Before Time,” friendship is the greatest adventure.

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‘The Karate Kid’ (1984)

IMDb: 7.3/10 233K | Popularity: 236 | Metascore: 60
Genres: Action, Drama, Family

Transport into an underdog story where a bullied teen, a handyman mentor, and a climactic crane kick combine to create an 80s movie sensation. Prepare for fantastic training montages, heart-wrenching drama, and a journey to self-discovery that packs a punch.

Such a massive hit that this best 80s childhood movie spun off several sequels, and the hit Netflix series, “Cobra Kai,” another fantastic addition.

Tie your headband, get in a stance, and bow, because “The Karate Kid” is about finding your inner strength, one karate chop at a time.

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‘Big’ (1988)

IMDb: 7.3/10 230K | Popularity: 874 | Metascore: 73
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy

Big” invites you on a larger-than-life journey where a simple wish transforms a boy into an adult overnight. It’s a heartwarming, hilarious 80s classic filled with magical fortune-telling machines, giant floor pianos, and a poignant look at the joys and woes of growing up.

Prepare to rediscover your inner child because “Big” proves that sometimes, adulthood is just a wish away.

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‘Labyrinth’ (1986)

IMDb: 7.3/10 143K | Popularity: 1278 | Metascore: 50
Genres: Adventure, Family, Fantasy

Whisk off into a spellbinding maze where goblins reign, a young Jennifer Connelly is our hero, and David Bowie‘s music steals the show. Filled with 80s whimsy, unforgettable puppetry, and an enchanting storyline, it’s a fantastical adventure where nothing is as it seems.

So step into “Labyrinth,” but beware, the way forward is riddled with magic and mystery.

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‘Gremlins’ (1984)

IMDb: 7.3/10 234K | Popularity: 1398 | Metascore: 70
Genres: Comedy, Fantasy, Horror

Catapult yourself into a wacky, spooky ride where a cute Christmas gift turns a quiet town into a chaotic monster-fest. Get ready for a sprinkle of 80s nostalgia, a dash of horror, and a whole lot of critter chaos.

Remember: no food after midnight, and hold on tight — “Gremlins” is your ticket to one wild and woolly Christmas.

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‘The NeverEnding Story’ (1984)

IMDb: 7.3/10 150K | Popularity: 1544 | Metascore: 46
Genres: Adventure, Drama, Family

Get swept into a fantastical world where a young boy’s reading adventure becomes an epic quest through a realm of flying luck dragons, noble knights, and a world-destroying force known as The Nothing. It’s an 80s gem filled with magical creatures, heart-pounding battles, and a never-ending tale.

So grab your book and saddle up on your luck dragon because in “The NeverEnding Story,” imagination is your greatest ally.

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‘Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home’ (1986)

IMDb: 7.3/10 88K | Popularity: 3340 | Metascore: 71
Genres: Action, Adventure, Comedy

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home” beams us aboard a thrilling time-travel ride where the crew of the Enterprise must save Earth by… rescuing whales from the past? It’s a warp-speed journey filled with 80s charm, engaging humor, and an environmental message that boldly goes where no Star Trek has gone before. Pack your phasers and get ready for a cosmic adventure of a lifetime.

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‘Willow’ (1988)

IMDb: 7.2/10 127K | Popularity: 1826 | Metascore: 47
Genres: Action, Adventure, Drama

A magical quest filled with enchanting spells, fearsome beasts, and a reluctant hero that packs an 80s punch. Expect sword-wielding warriors, cunning sorceresses, and an epic battle of good versus evil. So grab your wand and buckle in because, in “Willow,” adventure is just a spell away.

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‘WarGames’ (1983)

IMDb: 7.1/10 105K | Popularity: 1340 | Metascore: 77
Genres: Action, Drama, Sci-Fi

WarGames” delivers a suspenseful roller coaster ride where a high school hacker and a game of Global Thermonuclear War collide. It’s a dial-up connection to non-stop thrills, 80s tech nostalgia, and a reminder that the only winning move is not to play.

“Shall we play a game?”

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