And just like that, we round the corner and can see the end of the year looming up suddenly. It's a crazy month of releases, too. There are not one but two nuclear nightmares, obscure teen wig-outs, a giant rat, America's favorite haunted house in 3-D, and a Smurfs movie with no damn Smurfs.
Chevy Chase in a comedy from the director of The Exorcist and The French Connection? Sure. How about a movie about an out of work aerospace engineer, his schoolteacher wife, and the male stripper who comes between them from the director of Rocky and The Karate Kid? Sure! We've got a pirate film written by John Hughes, Robbie Benson as a Native American Olympic athlete, and a genuine no-shit embarrassment from the legendary Sam Peckinpah. All that, plus a holiday classic and the last film of the '70s?
Papa, can you hear November 1983?
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