1981 Movie Review Directed by Ricardo Trogi is 80s Nostalgia

| |

Click The Image for The "1981" Movie

1981 movie review directed by Ricardo Trogi is 80s nostalgia. If you were in high school in 1981, you can probably remember who you were dating or not dating and what your favorite music bands were.

The 80s era is a popular topic today and especially on YouTube, as well as movie forums throughout the world. You will find DVD collectors all over YouTube who collect a lot of 80s goodness!

There are many different websites and videos that pay homage to the 80s, but one website in particular is called fast-rewind.com and it has a vast array of movies and trivia, that truly keeps the era alive through solid writing and vibrant colorful images.

Here are the top 5 movies from 1981: Raiders of the Lost Ark, On Golden Pond, Porky’s, Arthur, and Stripes. Raiders of the Lost Ark was and still is a very entertaining action adventure film!

The 1981 movie is about an 11 year old who is having the time of his life. Ricardo Trogi is a materialistic kid played by Jean-Carl Boucher, who moves to a new neighborhood and works hard at trying to make new friends. In 1981 Ricardo Trogi ends up having a ginormous crush on a girl, lies about having Playboys to impress his friends, and spends most of his time thinking about being popular.

If you were a child of the 80s, then you may find that this movie does a wonderful job of revisiting and capturing those fun childhood memories. For example, you get to see walk-mans, Star Wars bed spreads that looked awesome, and the rock group KISS was huge back then. One part of the 80s no one will ever forget was the unbelievable fashion. If you still miss the 80s, you may consider this film the feel good movie of the year.

>> The “1981″ DVD may still be on sale at this link.

Grade: B

Country: Canada
Language: French
Filming Locations: Centre Cousineau, Saint-Hubert, Québec, Canada

Posted by John Doughboy on Thursday, March 17th, 2011. Filed under Entertainment News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Responses are currently closed, but you can trackback from your own site.

Comments are closed