Poll: Which of These 1989 Blockbusters Is Your Favorite?

From Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade to Batman, there are so many great blockbusters from 1989 that are celebrating their 30th anniversary this year. For this week’s poll, we want you to name your favorite — and be sure to share your memories of all of the movies of 1989 in the comments!

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  • http://themidnitedrive-in.blogspot.com Quiggy

    I could have voted for any of 5 of them. But I voted for Lethal Weapon II mainly because I don’t think it will get that many votes if I don’t. LWII is the best of the series. Love how Mel and Danny take on the racists from South Africa. Also in the running were Batman, BTTFII, Ghostbusters II and Indiana Jones

  • Tom K.

    “Driving Miss Daisy” was a heartwarming and powerful depiction of the human condition. It took on prejudice, racism and antisemitism head on. Great job done by all the actors.

  • Anthony Britch

    A forgotten film overshadowed by these blockbusters, “Licence To Kill”, Timothy Dalton’s second and best James Bond film. Many serious discussions of 007 place this film high on the Best of Bond list, i agree. At that time, Summer 1989, It was the best Bond film since “The Spy Who Loved me” in 1977, which had been the best since “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service” in 1969.