There was but one name sketched on notebooks in high schools across America in 1987, ok, well, maybe two...
Patrick Swayze and Mel Gibson. Much to the guys chagrin, "Dirty Dancing" became one of the most popular
movies of the year. Aussie Mel Gibson teamed up with Danny Glover in "Lethal Weapon" and got all the bad
guys. Speaking of getting the bad guys, "Robocop" burst onto the scene giving people mere seconds to
comply in his futuristic handling of justice. One night stands were given an all new meaning as defined
by Glenn Close in "Fatal Attraction" and Robin Williams made millions laugh in the hilarious "Good Morning,
Vietnam." And Michael Douglas won the hearts of Yuppies everywhere with his performance of Gorden Gekko in
Oliver Stone's "Wall Street."