Top Ten Best Movies of 19861986 saw the release of some of the most iconic action movies, comedy movies, and movies that would ultimately be revered cult classics. The best films of 1986 include Hollywood classics that are still wildly popular 30 years later.
The Top Ten
This was the best Alien, Ripleys battle with the Queen was legendary, she was a badass in this movie. Not a sissy head like the first one. She got nominated for an Academy Award. Fast paced action with Marines, the first one, childish scientists with no weapons except a cheap axe and a baby flamethrower.
A classic this movie lives on as... - roblist
When u look back on the history of these movies, producers made so much money with the Aliens and Predator movies - 3anegroes
Aliens was awesome! Now you people are thinking clearly. Aliens should be #1 and Top Gun should be #2. - nallimcamybloc
Game over man. - BeatlesFan1964
Maybe the best Vietnam war movie beside Full Metal Jacket - MatrixGuy
Matrix guy is right, he is also right about reservoir dogs - attarj
Get this movie higher!
Charlie sheens best movie by far, although tom berenger did the best
The movie that taked the breath away for everybody - MatrixGuy
This movie is terrible. - BeatlesFan1964
Movie of the Summer.
How is this classic not top 5? Looks like many forgot about this one.
One of the best movies ever.
The best film ever
This and Ferris Bueller's day off are two of my favorite movies. Stand By Me is an amazing movie with a superb performance by River Phoenix. It captures the essence of childhood and has an amazing storyline.
Chris: Ya sure. Give me some skin.
Gordie: I'll see ya.
Chris: Not if I see you first.
Best movie ever!
Pokemon referenced this!
Come on, people. 34? Get this one higher! Easily the best movie made in 1986. - RockFashionista
MY ALL TIME FAVORITE! BEST MOVIE EVER MADE! - RockFashionista
Great movie, deserves to be a little higher.
Without Arnold this movie would be pretty bad but with him it was great!
Australia's best film
The music with queen was perfect
Very under-appreciated and beautiful film, with a gorgeous soundtrack by Ennio Morricone, incredible cinematography and moving performances from Robert De Niro and Jeremy Irons.
Paul Newman's first and only oscar, Tom Cruise of the 80s and Martin Scorsese as director! What else do you want? By the way, it's the sequel of an older legendary film with Paul Newman and George C. Scott, the Hustler(1961).