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‘Ghostbusters’ turns the big 3-0 in 2014, but it’s not the only pop-culture classic from 1984 celebrating that milestone. Here are a dozen more iconic films turning 30 this year.
In addition to helping birth the PG-13 rating, this scary but fun prequel also gave us arguably the best sidekick ever: Short Round.
This rock 'n' roll satire from Christopher Guest and director Rob Reiner is the reason why all things must be turned up to 11.
Even ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’'s Star-Lord knows the legendary tale of one Kevin Bacon and his struggle to teach a small town how to dance.
This R-rated comedy hit made Eddie Murphy a star and spawned three sequels – with a fourth on the way.
Prince. Motorcycles. “When Doves Cry.” If there’s anything wrong with celebrating this musical hit, we don’t wanna know about it.
Tom Hanks had both this fantasy comedy and ‘Bachelor Party’ hit big for him in ’84. The latter film is funny, but we’ll take the former’s story about falling in love with a mermaid any day.
Making baseball fans – especially fathers and sons – cry for 30 years. Thanks, Robert Redford.
Yes, the son of Will Smith was not the first Karate Kid. That honor belongs to the man, myth and crane-kick legend Ralph Macchio.
The even-numbered 'Trek' movies tend to fare better than the odd-numbered ones. Thirty years later, ‘Search for Spock’ is still the best odd-numbered 'Trek' ever made.
“NERDS!” The misadventures of Booger and Skolnick keep getting funnier every time we watch this must-see '80s comedy.
Before she was Chandler’s dad on ‘Friends,’ Kathleen Turner starred opposite Michael Douglas in this clever adventure comedy from director Robert Zemeckis.
The number one reason why we still don’t feed our pets (or anything else) after midnight. And if you don’t know who Gizmo is, then you’re some kind of wrong person.