1980s

So, Is David Lynch’s ‘Dune’ Really That Bad?

Like a lot of notorious cinematic stinkers, the 1984 adaptation of Frank Herbert’s novel is far from the dumpster fire its reputation would suggest. If anything, its intertwined flaws and strengths make it a fascinating misfire

‘Ghostbusters’ Isn’t a Franchise Worth Resurrecting

With each new reboot attempt, the classic 1984 blockbuster becomes less and less special — and more clearly a product of an era that can’t be recreated

How ‘With a Little Help From My Friends’ Went From Beatles Anthem to Nostalgic TV Theme Song

It was written at the last minute for ‘Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.’ But whether it was Ringo Starr or Joe Cocker singing, it’s been one of rock’s most enduring tributes to the power of community, especially on ‘The Wonder Years’

Lindsey Buckingham Has Long Dreamed of Solo Success. ‘Holiday Road’ Is His Legacy

A song he dashed off for the ‘National Lampoon’s Vacation’ soundtrack wasn’t his biggest hit. But that’s apt for an artist who’s never fully escaped the shadow of Fleetwood Mac

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