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    Mad Max (1979)

    Mad Max (1979)

    Filmways Pictures released Mad Max on March 21, 1980. George Miller directed the film starring Mel Gibson, Joanne Samuel, and Hugh Keays-Byrne.

    ‘Mad Max’ Plot Summary

    In Mad Max, Max Rockatansky is a fierce cop in a world living on the edge of an apocalypse. As he prepares to run far away from it all with his family in tow, an unfortunate encounter with a motorcycle gang and its menacing leader, the Toecutter, becomes a race to save his family’s life.

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    Willow (1988)

    Willow (1988)

    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) released Willow on May 20, 1988. Ron Howard directed the film starring Val Kilmer, Joanne Whalley, and Warwick Davis.

    ‘Willow’ Plot Summary

    Willow begins during a time of dread. Seers have foretold the birth of a child that will bring the downfall of the evil Queen Banmorda. When that child is born, her midwife flees with her, but dog-like creatures hunt her down. Before they kill the midwife, she puts the baby on a wooden raft which flows downriver. Willow Ufgood, a farmer and aspiring magician, finds the Daikini baby when it later washes up on the river’s bank. His wife falls for the little girl, and she decides to take care of her. However, when those same dog-like creatures show up in the Nelwyn village and ransack it, Willow reveals the baby’s presence to the town’s council.

    The town’s sorcerer, High Aldwin, decides that Willow and a group of small volunteers needs to take the baby back to the crossroad of the Daikini land. There, they are to deliver her to a responsible Daikini. Unfortunately, the first person Willow meets is a caged-thief named Madmartigan, and he believes the criminal is not the right person to take the girl. However, his friend in the accompanying group convinces him to give the baby to Madmartigan. Soon a fairy named Cherlindrea tells Willow that the baby is Elora Dana and is a very special baby that he needs to protect. She tasks him to deliver the girl to the sorceress Fin Raziel so that she may raise her. Willow continues on his journey with Madmartigan and two Brownies named Franjean and Rool. Hot on their tail is Queen Bavmorda’s daughter Sorsha and the evil General Kael. They will stop at nothing to make sure the prophecy remains unfulfilled.

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    Platoon (1986)

    Platoon (1986)

    Orion Pictures released Platoon on December 19, 1986. Oliver Stone directed the film starring Charlie Sheen, Tom Berenger, and Willem Dafoe.

    ‘Platoon’ Plot Summary

    Chris Taylor is a young, naive American who gives up college to volunteer for combat in Vietnam. Upon arrival, he learns his presence is nonessential, and the other soldiers consider him insignificant; mostly due to the fact he has neither fought as long as the rest of them nor felt the horrors of war. With Chris are two non-commissioned officers consisting of an ill-tempered Staff Sergeant named Robert Barnes and a more pleasant Sergeant named Elias Grodin. When an illegal killing occurs during a village raid, a wedge forms between the two NCOs and a number of men in the platoon. As the war continues, Chris struggles for survival. He soon realizes he is fighting two battles; the conflict with the enemy, and the conflict between the men within his platoon.

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    Witness (1985)

    Witness (1985)

    Paramount Pictures released Witness on February 8, 1985. Peter Weir directed the film starring Harrison Ford, Kelly McGillis, and Lukas Haas.

    ‘Witness’ Plot Summary

    In Witness, Samuel Lap is a young Amish boy who witnesses a murder in Philadelphia while traveling with his mother Rachel. John Book is a good cop who goes into hiding with them when the killers come after the two. They retreat to Amish country where Book has trouble adjusting to the different life style. However, he finds he has some feelings for the boy’s mother as the killers close in on them.

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    Das Boot (1981)

    Das Boot (1981)

    Triumph Films released Das Boot on September 17, 1981. Wolfgang Petersen directed the film starring Jürgen Prochnow, Herbert Grönemeyer, and Klaus Wennemann.

    ‘Das Boot’ Plot Summary

    It is 1942 and the German submarine fleet is heavily engaged in the so called “Battle of the Atlantic” to harass and destroy English shipping. With better escorts of the Destroyer Class, however, German U-Boats have begun to take heavy losses. Das Boot is the story of one such U-Boat crew, with the film examining how these submariners maintained their professionalism as soldiers, attempted to accomplish impossible missions, while all the time attempting to understand and obey the ideology of the government under which they served.

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    Harold and Maude (1971)

    Harold and Maude (1971)

    Paramount Pictures released Harold and Maude on December 20, 1971. Hal Ashby directed the film starring Ruth Gordon, Bud Cort, and Vivian Pickles.

    ‘Harold and Maude’ Plot Summary

    Harold Chasen is a depressed, death-obsessed 20-year-old trust-fund baby who spends his free time attending funerals and pretending to commit suicide in front of his mother. At one such funeral, Harold befriends Maude, a 79-year-old woman who has a zest for life that Harold lacks. The two spend much time together, and she exposes him to the wonders life has to offer. Harold’s mom meanwhile wants him to marry well. He sabotage’s his mother’s attempts to set him up with a potential wife, and soon announces to her and friends that he is going to marry Maude. However, Maude has a surprise for Harold that is all too real.

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