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  • The Goonies (PG, 1985)

    Classic 80s adventure comedy with that certain suburban Spielberg feeling that will never fail to en... read moretertain on a rainy Sunday afternoon.
  • The Goonies (PG, 1985)

    Oh my god the movie of my life when I was about 11 hehe used to build dens in the garden and attempt... read more to build booby traps as well hahaha this film influenced me bigtime. Had a huge crush on Kerri Green too, so cute :)

    Total Spielberg with all the set designs, look of the film and 'Indy' type adventure, its basically 'Indy' for kids lets face it. This really is the perfect kids yarn for all ages with a perfect blend of rollicking fun, cheeky dialog, a touch of gentle romance and a roster of characters that most kids can relate too in one way or another.

    The film starts with that lovely 80's pure Americana feel based on the Pacific north west coast of the US in Astoria, Oregon. Donner handles the film with apparent ease as the young cast travel outside of their comfort zone and into the depths of the countryside and beyond looking for treasure, its so basic yet it works so well.

    Allot of this is no doubt down to the cast which is the highlight of the film apart from the amazing set work. Who can forget any of these guys? they are all classic characters, do I even need to mention any names? I think Feldman as 'Mouth' was always a favourite when I was a kid and I also tried to be inventive like 'Data'.

    As said this film was very influential when I was a kid, I wanted to be a Goonie and have adventures with the gang, it played a big part in my young life as did many other classic 80's flicks and I think that explains it all really.
  • The Goonies (PG, 1985)

    A true Speillbergian adventure experience.
  • The Goonies (PG, 1985)

    Classic 80s movie when it was just clean fun. A group of kids set off in search of hidden treasure. ... read moreFull of adventure and fighting baddies.
  • The Goonies (PG, 1985)

    At times the film is too noisy and obnoxious for its own good. Even for the audience its aimed at. B... read moreut its one of the few movies that can appeal to most audiences with a good blend of laughs, thrills, action and adventure and an innocence that modern kids film dont have.
  • The Goonies (PG, 1985)

    So freakin' stupid. The exposition sets up all the boys' distinct personalities, only to squander t... read morehe rest of the movie with unmotivated action and bland yet frantic adventure. None of the boys' traits really play into the solving of the puzzles except the stereotypical techie Asian's. Mikey's dweeby hamartia of asthma doesn't even provide an obstacle or suspense. Stuff happens to the boys, and nothing is too dangerous or scary to warrant any real emotional investment in their journey.

    Also disappointing, much like with "Nobody puts Baby in the corner" and "You're killing me, Smalls," quotable gems like "Goonies never say die" and "Sloth loves Chunk" are completely lackluster in context. As for the former, I expected it to be a real club philosophy, a rallying battle cry born of a previous adventure during which they almost died but didn't, therefore cementing their stalwart courage in the face of certain death! "Goonies never say die" is only said once as a throwaway line without set-up or follow-up. As for the latter, could Sloth BE more disturbing as a child's nightmare come to life? He's the monster with soul, but the love is just played for laughs instead of true pathos.
  • The Goonies (PG, 1985)

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    What it lacks in script, it more than makes up for in grand, perilous structure and heartwarming adv... read moreenture. The Goonies is a classical combustion of laughter, discovery and booty (I mean, booby) traps. The cast and sequences are just as memorable and dynamic as its storytellers in Spielberg, Donner & Columbus. 4/5
  • The Goonies (PG, 1985)

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    "The Goonies" captures the emotions of kids to perfection, as each person has their own unique chara... read morecteristic, which is what each actor has brought to the table, I know, but it works so well in this film. The adventure feel of this film is awesome and for nostalgia purposes, this film can be viewed multiple times without ever getting old. With quotable lines and quirky performances from everyone, this is a cheesy children's film I will always remember. The simple idea of a group of kids leaving their town for one last adventure has never been so much fun to watch. It's not perfect, and the script is not great, but the film is very well made and directed. This movie rocks!
  • The Goonies (PG, 1985)

    Funny and exciting with more than just a hint of nostalgia. Full review later.
  • The Goonies (PG, 1985)

    Literally, everybody in my high school class had seen this movie, and we watched it one day in Earth... read more Science (For Some strange reason) and i thought that it was okay, somewhat funny, but i just felt so left out, when everyone in my class said that they had seen this movie but i hadn't