keep this blog alive! I love it, thanks for reblogging my gifset btw.

haha. I always mean to update this blog I’ve just slowly been spending less time on Tumblr. I always just used to go through The Goonies tag and reblog what I liked, but it looks like they changed the tags view now and I hate it. lol.


Never say die though.

tamarouzielmakeupartist:

Last min long weekend vacation Goonies style!

Awesome! I’m jealous

deanbarry:

Never!

deanbarry:

Never!

i truely love this movie, why didnt yall make a goonies 2??

firelordzuko:

Favorite Movies: The Goonies (1985) dir. Richard Donner

Goonies never say die!

lauralikedthatmovie:

HEY YOU GUYS!!!  Today I’m recommending if you haven’t seen THE GOONIES, you need to. If you have seen it, you need to watch it again.

Kids on a quest to find pirate treasure, so they don’t have to move out of their neighborhood? This is some genuine 80s magic.

A group of friends from the Astoria, Oregon area are all cleaning house and preparing to move. Two residents of the ‘Goon Docks’ neighborhood, brothers Mikey and Brandon, find an old map in their attic. The whole crew is rounded up and they plan to spend their last weekend together following the map, and hopefully finding the lost treasure of fabled pirate One-Eyed Willie.

THE GOONIES is a winding adventure with rich, colorful elements and characters. The Goonies have to make their way through a cavernous maze beneath the shuttered coastal eatery, fend off threats from the felonious Fratelli family, work together to cross a lagoon and conquer aged booby traps.

Though the film’s box office haul did triple it’s production budget, and it was ranked among the 10 highest earning films of 1985, it was by no means an instant classic. Criticism from the popular Rotten Tomatoes site says THE GOONIES is, “An energetic, sometimes noisy mix of Spielbergian sentiment and funhouse tricks that will appeal to kids and nostalgic adults alike.”
In the 28 years since THE GOONIES war released, a cult-status has been cultivated with articles upon articles; whole websites dedicated to the movie; and anniversaries observed with events/showings across the country.

There are quotes and snippets from this seemingly simple family film that have crept into our popular vernacular— you may be hard pressed to find someone unfamiliar with the Truffle Shuffle, Chester Copperpot, “Jerk Alert!” and “Goonies never say die!”

THE GOONIES
1985
Amblin Entertainment

A print I made to commemorate a recent showing of The Goonies at my favorite local theater. A few prints remain, available here.

A print I made to commemorate a recent showing of The Goonies at my favorite local theater. A few prints remain, available here.