Super Heroes of the 80s

I really love some of the super hero movies, but I think I've burned out from them lately and lately I've been starting to think on the lines of Ethan Hawke said, we should be celebrating more of our history like Amadeus, rather than the money constantly going to fictional super hero movies just to make a buck, super heroes are empowering yes, but I think the younger generation is growing up without movies like Young Guns, Braveheart, Patriot which I have to say were the super heroes of my own decade growing up! Hoping Top Gun starts to change the narrative...

And I'd have to say screw Venom, dialogue between Hardy and the Parasite was stupid in the sequel, we need an anti-hero movie split off with Baine, I want to see more super heroes getting the shit kicked out of them and more neck breaking...

Charlie my favorite character! Casey Siemaszko didn't have much of a career after this, few movies like Three O'Clock High and Secret Admirer, but he left his mark I thought...

Seems as though, big business(Lawrence G Murphy) lobbied and controlled government even back then... lol You can learn a lot through historical movies like this! "Historian Paul Hutton called Young Guns the most historically accurate of all Billy the Kid films as of June 1990."

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