Episode 164: The Nakatomi Family Christmas


When you think of some of the truly excellent and beloved movies of the late 1980s, it is genuinely shocking how many came from 1988. From Die Hard to Beetlejuice, some real gems came out of this year. Of course, there were some stink piles, as well. To help sort through some of these, the Geek Salad crew has returned to cover the movies that came out 30 years ago in episode 164: The Nakatomi Family Christmas.

Andy, Mike, Joe, and Katherine go through some of the most memorable films of 1988, for good or for ill, listing out the top 10 domestic grossing films of the year along with others that stand out in their minds. So if you had your sexual awakening to Jessica Rabbit, or simply believe that perhaps we didn't need a sequel to Crocodile Dundee, than sit back and enjoy. Even if those two qualifications don't match up with you, you can enjoy it, as well.

Seriously... what did Jessica see in that rabbit?!?

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