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    The Jazz Singer (1980)

    The Jazz Singer (1980)

    Associated Film Distribution (AFD) released The Jazz Singer on December 19, 1980. Richard Fleischer directed the film starring Laurence Olivier, Neil Diamond, and Lucie Arnaz.

    ‘The Jazz Singer’ Plot Summary

    The Jazz Singer follows Jewish cantor Jess Robin from the synagogue to the stage. When a Hollywood big shot shows interest in his song Love on the Rocks, the cantor heads for the Golden State, much to the distress of his father and his wife. There Jess meets Molly, whose faith in Jess’ talent and knowledge of the entertainment biz help him get his big break. While Jess and Molly fall for each other and Jess’ career takes off, Jess is forced to choose between a life on stage and a life without his father.

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    Coming to America (1988)

    Coming to America (1988)

    Paramount Pictures released Coming to America on June 29, 1988. John Landis directed the film starring Eddie Murphy, Paul Bates, and Garcelle Beauvais.

    ‘Coming to America’ Plot Summary

    Prince Akeem Joffer is the crown prince of Zamunda who leads an extremely pampered lifestyle where everything is done for him, including the selection of his bride. After turning 21, Akeem asks his family to allow him to travel the world so that he can secretly find a woman that he loves to marry. Akeem and his servant Semmi travel to Queens, New York and pretend to be poor international students so that Akeem can find a woman that loves him for him, and not for his title or fortune.

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    RoboCop (1987)

    RoboCop (1987)

    Orion Pictures released RoboCop on July 17, 1987. Paul Verhoeven directed the film starring Peter Weller, Nancy Allen, and Dan O’Herlihy.

    ‘RoboCop’ Plot Summary

    In the not too distant future, Detroit has become a city plagued by crime and financial mismanagement. The Omni Consumer Products (OCP) corporation takes over the police department in exchange for the opportunity to revitalize the crumbling city. They develop a program that would create a police cyborg to fight crime and help restore order to the crime ridden city. However, OCP needs a “volunteer” to further develop their program. That is until young Detroit Police Officer Alex Murphy encounters crime boss Clarence Boddicker where Murphy’s life is forever changed, and he becomes RoboCop, the future of law enforcement.

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    They Live (1988)

    They Live (1988)

    Universal Pictures released They Live on November 4, 1988. John Carpenter directed the film starring Roddy Piper, Keith David, and Meg Foster.

    ‘They Live’ Plot Summary

    In They Live, a man with no job or name comes to Los Angeles from Denver, Colorado; looking for work. Once he does find it, trouble soon follows when he stumbles upon some special sunglasses a group of extremists left behind at their “church” after a police raid. These glasses allow him to see the world as it really is; under the control of parasitic aliens from Andromeda. With a mind-controlling dish atop a TV network beaming extremely low frequencies into peoples brains, they rule humanity as they see fit. Now Mr. No Name does what he can to rid the planet of this menace.

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    Friday the 13th Part II (1981)

    Friday the 13th Part II (1981)

    Paramount Pictures released Friday the 13th Part II on April 30, 1981. Steve Miner directed the film starring Betsy Palmer, Amy Steel, and John Furey.

    ‘Friday the 13th Part II’ Plot Summary

    Two months after the horrific events of the first film, Alice Hardy, the only survivor of the Camp Crystal Lake murders is mysteriously murdered by an unknown killer. Five years later, Paul Holt opens a counselor training center at Packanack Lodge near the old Camp Crystal Lake. The new group of counselors ignore the urban legends of Jason Voorhees and the warnings from Crazy Ralph. Soon after, the counselors begin to disappear one by one again, and everyone begins to wonder, if Pamela Voorhees is truly dead, who has resumed the killing?

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    Transylvania 6-5000 (1985)

    Transylvania 6-5000 (1985)

    New World Pictures released Transylvania 6-5000 on November 8, 1985. Rudy De Luca directed the film starring Jeff Goldblum, Joseph Bologna, and Ed Begley Jr.

    ‘Transylvania 6-5000’ Plot Summary

    In Transylvania 6-5000, tabloid newsman, Mac Turner sends his son Gil and fellow reporter, Jack Harrison to Transylvania. They are to either find the Frankenstein monster shown on a video tape an anonymous person sent him, or find new jobs. Once there, the two meet a cast of oddballs from a wacky butler, to a creepy mayor, a nympho vampiress, and more. However, their investigation soon takes them face to face with Frankenstein himself, and the boys get their story of a lifetime.

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