The boys of the big screen who graced the covers of Teen Beat and Bop (and teenagers’ bedroom walls) are back and better than ever with this totally rad collection of Hollywood hotties in 8 unforgettable films! So, call your friends for a sleepover and feast your eyes on these hunky heartthrobs in career-defining performances worth cherishing!
Flatliners (1990) - Color - R Kiefer Sutherland, Julia Roberts, Kevin Bacon, William Baldwin, Oliver Platt
Some lines shouldn't be crossed.
“Flatliners is an original, intelligent thriller” – Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
Medical students begin to explore the realm of near death experiences, hoping for insights. Each has their heart stopped and is revived. They begin having flashes of walking nightmares from their childhood, reflecting sins they committed or had committed against them. The experiences continue to intensify, and they begin to be physically beaten by their visions as they try and go deeper into the death experience to find a cure.
“Flatliners is a strikingly original, often brilliantly visualized film” – Variety
“a heart-stopping, breathtakingly sumptuous haunted house of a movie” – Rita Kempley, Washington Post
True Believer (1989) - Color - R James Woods, Robert Downey Jr., Margaret Colin, Yuji Okumoto, Kurtwood Smith
Action-Packed Courtroom Drama!
“A riveting legal drama.” – Time Out
The killing. The conviction. The cover-up. James Woods is about to go up against corruption and conspiracy at the highest levels of New York City law enforcement in the action-packed courtroom drama, True Believer. Woods is spellbinding as Eddie Dodd, once an acclaimed civil rights attorney of the '60s, now an embittered cynic who makes a living defending drug-dealing low-lifes. Dodd's passion for justice is rekindled when an idealistic young associate (Robert Downey, Jr.) urges him to re-open an eight-year-old murder case involving a young prisoner serving life in Sing Sing for a gang initiation killing. Dodd's frenetic search for the truth takes him through a harrowing maze of unscrupulous prosecutors, white supremacist hate groups and corrupt cops. But is he willing to put his life on the line in defense of his beliefs? A powerful thriller, True Believer takes a piercing look at justice for all, from all sides of the American legal system.
Directed by Joseph Ruben (The Forgotten)
The New Kids (1985) - Color - Rated R James Spader, Lori Loughlin, Shannon Presby, John Philbin
Abby McWilliams' (Lori Loughlin, TV's Full House) nightmare begins when she attracts the unwanted attention of teenage psychopath Eddie Dutra (James Spader, TV's Boston Practice). Turned down for a date, Eddie destroys Abby's home, vandalizes her uncle's car and nearly stomps her brother to death. But it's only when he kidnaps Abby from the school dance, that Eddie shows his true feelings. Fueled by cocaine and armed with a shotgun, Eddie's lust turns to uncontrollable rage, as he takes Abby on a date from hell, in this terror-packed thrill-ride from the director of Friday the 13th.
Little Nikita (1988) - Color - PG Sidney Poitier, River Phoenix, Richard Bradford
Where Does Your Loyalty Lie?
Jeff is an American student applying to the Air Force Academy. Roy is an FBI agent doing his background check when he discovers Grant's parents are undercover Russian spies disguised as Americans. When Roy confronts Grant about his parents, he is forced to make a decision that could save his entire country!
The Legend of Billie Jean (1985) - Color R Helen Slater, Christian Slater, Keith Gordon, Peter Coyote, Yeardley Smith, Martha Gehman
The last thing she ever expected was to become a hero...
“Billie Jean is Rambo, the Pied Piper and Pat Benatar all rolled into one Botticelli blonde” – People Magazine
When local rich kid Hubie Pyatt (Barry Tubb) steals and wrecks Binx Davy's beloved motor scooter, Binx's older sister, Billie Jean (Helen Slater), demands the $608 it costs to fix it. Binx (Christian Slater) shoots Mr. Pyatt (Richard Bradford) by accident and he and Billie Jean flee town accompanied by Billie Jean's girlfriends, Ophelia (Martha Gehman) and Putter (Yeardley Smith). They become fugitives and when they pick up a very willing hostage, Lloyd (Keith Gordon), they become criminals. Billie Jean becomes a legend in her own time, a symbol of freedom to teenagers everywhere!
When you're seventeen, people think they can do anything to you. Billie Jean is about to prove them wrong.
“…one of my favorite guilty pleasures of all time.” - Felix Vasquez Jr., Cinema-Crazed.com
Private Resort (1985) - Color - Rated R Starring: Johnny Depp, Ron Morrow, Emily Longstreth
Spend a weekend with no reservations!
“Johnny Depp and Rob Morrow make waves in this '80s sex comedy.” – Todd Gilchrist, IGN Movies
Jack and Ben check in at a posh Florida resort, planning to spend every hour in hot pursuit of babes. But their plans hit a major detour when they try to bed the wife of a conniving jewel thief. They'll have to outsmart him, a nasty security guard and an obnoxious jock if they're ever going to get a moment alone with the girl of their dreams!
Like Father Like Son (1987) - Color - PG-13 Dudley Moore, Kirk Cameron, Margaret Colin, Catherine Hicks, Sean Austin
Chris and his dad have accidentally changed bodies - but no big deal. Chris gets the Jag and the Gold Card. Dad gets the fake ID and the bio final.
Chris Hammond (Kirk Cameron - TV's Growing Pains) is a typical high-school senior pursuing his general education: girls, cars and music. His father, Dr. Jack Hammond (Dudley Moore - Arthur), is a successful heart surgeon, on the verge of being named Chief of Staff at a leading hospital. They're about as close as a father and son can get... but they're about to come even closer. In one split second, father and son accidentally change bodies, resulting in a chaotic change of lifestyle for both of them. The son gets the Jaguar, the gold card and the boss's wife. His father gets the allowance, the biology final and the fake ID!
Side Out (1990) - Color - PG-13 C. Thomas Howell, Peter Horton, Courtney Thorne-Smith
Summer Just Got A Lot Hotter!
The sands of Malibu set the scene as Monroe meets a beautiful marine biologist and is recruited to play California's hottest sport, professional volleyball. But it's only when Monroe teams up with Zack Barnes, the original King of the Beach, that he learns just how much fun success - and teamwork - can truly be.
Johnny Depp, Robert Downey Jr., James Spader, Kevin Bacon
Christian Slater, River Phoenix, Kirk Cameron, C. Thomas Howell
13 Hours 9 Minutes
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