It’s Time To Re-Watch Some Of The Most Underrated Films Of The 1980s

The 1980s was a decade full of campy, outrageous, and some downright questionable films. Even so, according to critics, some of the decade’s most outlandish projects are nothing more than misunderstood and underrated.

From the cult classic Black Rain to the dystopian world found in The Mosquito Coast, here are some of the most underrated films to come out of the 80s. Take a look because some of them might be worth a re-watch!

Prince Of The City

With a detective, corrupt cops, and an investigation that could ruin a friendship, Prince of the City might have bombed at the box office, making $8 million off an $8.5 million budget, but critics advise film lovers to give it another chance.

Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.

With interesting characters, a detailed landscape, and a deep plot, Roger Ebert called Prince of the City “a very good movie and, like some of its characters, it wants to break your heart. Maybe it will.”