The ironically idiotic catchphrase has become a shorthand for a movie, about ready to celebrate its 35th anniversary, that satirizes our distracted, dumbed-down, consumerist society
Back in the public consciousness thanks to ‘Stranger Things,’ the earnest 1983 smash (and its cringe-worthy video) hark back to an era when soulless corporate rock ruled the airwaves. So why does it sound better now than it did back then?
The director of what many consider to be the greatest baseball movie of all time reflects on the fisticuffs that took place on set, getting edit notes from Donald Trump and what Crash Davis would think about the National League now having a designated hitter
In honor of singer-songwriter’s new memoir, we salute his ‘Caddyshack’ smash, which proved that blockbuster comedies deserved hit songs, too