1. There are two things you should take away from this post. 1) Batteries Not Included* is a fantastic movie starring real-life Hollywood couple Jessica Tandy and and Hume Cronyn that takes an absurd, comical premise and gives it more heart and love than you’ll ever see coming, and 2) Luis Guzmán makes an uncredited appearance in a crowd in the background at the end of the film. 

    There are two things you should take away from this post. 1) Batteries Not Included* is a fantastic movie starring real-life Hollywood couple Jessica Tandy and and Hume Cronyn that takes an absurd, comical premise and gives it more heart and love than you’ll ever see coming, and 2) Luis Guzmán makes an uncredited appearance in a crowd in the background at the end of the film. 

  2. It was business in the front and a party in the back for a young Tobey Maguire who played a lackey to Lucas “Power Glove” Barton in 1989’s The Wizard.
Great submission, leontrout!
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    It was business in the front and a party in the back for a young Tobey Maguire who played a lackey to Lucas “Power Glove” Barton in 1989’s The Wizard.

    Great submission, leontrout!

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  3. We’ve seen an adorable Robert Downey Jr. at 5-years old in Pound (1970), but here he is in 1985 as the bully Ian who picks on Gary (Anthony Michael Hall) and Wyatt (Ilan Mitchell-Smith) in Weird Science.
Great submission, ecrirelire!

    We’ve seen an adorable Robert Downey Jr. at 5-years old in Pound (1970), but here he is in 1985 as the bully Ian who picks on Gary (Anthony Michael Hall) and Wyatt (Ilan Mitchell-Smith) in Weird Science.

    Great submission, ecrirelire!

  4. Matthew Perry is one of the biggest television stars of the 90s, but in 1985 he made this dapper appearance in an episode of Charles in Charge. 
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    Matthew Perry is one of the biggest television stars of the 90s, but in 1985 he made this dapper appearance in an episode of Charles in Charge

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  5. BREAKING NEWS: Charlie Sheen in Police Custody!
Okay, okay, so the year was 1986 and it was just a role in John Hughes’ Ferris Bueller’s Day Off  for the Two and a Half Men star (and his fire breathing fists), but hey, look at us being relevant!

    BREAKING NEWS: Charlie Sheen in Police Custody!

    Okay, okay, so the year was 1986 and it was just a role in John Hughes’ Ferris Bueller’s Day Off  for the Two and a Half Men star (and his fire breathing fists), but hey, look at us being relevant!

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