ArcLight Presents... '80s Spectacular! at all locations. Your favorite movies from the 1980s on the big screen.
Relive the era of neon and Ray-Bans as ArcLight Presents... '80s Spectacular! We're presenting your favorite films from the decade at all locations, including showings in 35mm, Widescreen, and the Dome. Radical!
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Starring the era's Brat Pack, The Breakfast Club was directed by '80s mainstay John Hughes. The film follows five kids from different cliques as they are forced to come together for a Saturday detention.
Michael J. Fox stars as a kid who goes back in time and has to figure out his way home without erasing his existence. The film also stars Christopher Lloyd and Lea Thompson and is directed by Robert Zemeckis.
Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer star as Navy fighter pilots vying to be named the best in their elite training program. Winner of the Oscar for Best Original Song for "Take My Breath Away."
Brian de Palma is the director of this epic tale of a Cuban immigrant turned drug kingpin. Starring Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer.
The second in the series, Aliens is James Cameron's tale of enemy aliens and those who fight against them, starring Sigourney Weaver.
This grown-up fairy tale follows the adventures and love of Westley and Buttercup, played by Cary Elwes and Robin Wright. Also starring Mandy Patinkin, Christopher Guest, and André the Giant. Directed by Rob Reiner.
This 1984 rock classic stars legendary musician Prince as "The Kid," an aspiring performer. The film won an Oscar for Best Score and features some of Prince's greatest hits.
A cyborg comes from the future to kill the future mother of the human resistance's leader. The film stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and is directed by Oscar-winner James Cameron.
In Predator, a group of commandos in the jungle, led by '80s action juggernaut Arnold Schwarenegger, is hunted by a predatory creature.
This quintessential 80s teen film was directed by John Hughes and stars members of the Brat Pack, including Molly Ringwald and Judd Nelson.
Fast Times at Ridgemont High marks the major debut of Oscar-winner Sean Penn. Written by Cameron Crowe and directed by Amy Heckerling, the film follows the tribulations of a group of Californian high school students before graduation.
Everyman police officer John McClane (Bruce Willis) tries to single-handedly save his wife and other hostages from the German terrorist Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman).
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