If 1980s comedies are a genre all their own, then 1984’s Ellie fits right in. This movie is about as deep as a mud puddle.
When the subject of Generation-X films comes up, everybody remembers the John Hughes classics The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, and Pretty in Pink, and Cameron
When I was young, the music of the ’80s seemed kind of weak compared to the music of the ’60s and ’70s, which had brought
All right. If you’re not here, speak up. — spoken by teacher Alex Jurel (Nick Nolte) in the 1984 film Teachers, as he is trying to take
In this op-ed piece, “Best and Brightest Teachers Key to Solving US Education Crisis,” in the “Politics: Opinion” section of the US News & World Report website,
One day recently, when I was roaming through Netflix, something told me to watch the movie, Teachers, a dark comedy from 1984. I remembered this