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'80s babies, rejoice: In honor of Universal Pictures' 100th anniversary, the legendary studio is showcasing some of its most iconic films at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. This Friday at 7:30pm, they're hooking up an $8 double feature of two '80s classics: Sixteen Candles and The Breakfast Club. That's more Molly Ringwald fashion and awkward teen angst than anyone could ever dream of.
If that's not enough, on the following Friday, November 23rd, the theater will run Fast Times at Ridgemont High and Back to the Future for the same retro-friendly $8 per ticket. The festivities culminate on December 7th with a showing of Scarface for an easy $5, which the dudes will surely appreciate.
Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased here, here and here.
· Grauman's Chinese [Official Site]
· Back to the '80s: Brat Pack Flashback at Grauman's Chinese Theatre [Hollywood Style Scene]