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Real Men (1987)

Real Men                                  (1987)
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6.2 IMDB rating
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James Belushi James Belushi
Nick Pirandello
John Ritter John Ritter
Bob Wilson
Barbara Barrie Barbara Barrie
Mom Pirandello
Bill Morey Bill Morey
Millard Cunard
Isa Jank Isa Jank
Dolly
Gail Barle Gail Barle
Sherry
Mark Herrier Mark Herrier
Bradshaw
Matthew Brooks Matthew Brooks
Bob Wilson, Jr.


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Dennis Feldman Dennis Feldman
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Release date: 25 September 1987
UPC: 027616899651
Tags: Action (3), Comedy (3), Aliens (2), Friendship (1), HQ (1), Kgb (1), Road Movie (1), Buddie Movie (1), Water (1), (1), Strange (1), 1980s (1), Federal Agency (1), Sci-fi (1), Alien (1), Goverment Agent (1), 80's (1), Conspiracy (1), 1987 (1)
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"Re-watch - July 17th I first came across Real Men in the late 80s when it was almost constantly on HBO, and watched it a handful of times after that initial viewing. So when it popped up that I could watch it again I decided to see whether it held up or not. And I'm happy to say I still enjoy it. It's not a great film obviously, but it's a fun one if you can get past the absurd premise and/or Jim Belushi. And the score by Miles Goodman is outstanding, I kept geeking out over some of the themes."


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