Earlier this week we asked you to vote for your favorite Burt Reynolds film from the 1970s. We continue to remember the Hollywood great by asking you to sound off on your favorite work of his from the 1980s. It was a decade in which his career was in flux, but he started and ended the decade with great successes ranging from Smokey and the Bandit II to his voiceover work in All Dogs Go to Heaven. Along the way, he also shined in critically acclaimed favorites like Breaking In that further allowed him to demonstrate his abilities in all kinds of roles.
Vote below, and share your Reynolds memories in the comments!