Best movies 1986 – Top movies 1986
List of the best movies released in 1986
Top grossing movies in 1986
Let’s check together the best grossing movies of 1986 (movie trailers and other details available below):
|4||The Karate Kid Part II||$115,103,979|
|5||Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home||$109,713,132|
|6||Back to School||$91,258,000|
|8||The Golden Child||$79,817,937|
|10||Ferris Bueller’s Day Off||$70,136,369|
Devil-may-care navy pilot Pete Mitchell (Tom Cruise) is sent to Miramar Naval Air Station for advanced training. Here he vies with Tom Kasansky (Val Kilmer) for the coveted “Top Gun” award. When not so occupied, Mitchell carries on a romance with civilian consultant Charlotte Blackwood (Kelly McGillis). Shaken up by the death of a friend, Mitchell loses the Top Gun honor to Kasansky. Worried that he may have lost his nerve, Mitchell is given a chance to redeem himself during a tense international crisis involving a crippled US vessel and a flock of predatory enemy planes.
An American reporter (Linda Kozlowski) goes to the Australian outback to meet an eccentric crocodile poacher (Paul Hogan) and invites him to New York City.
A young soldier in Vietnam faces a moral crisis when confronted with the horrors of war and the duality of man.
The Karate Kid 2
This sequel to the 1984 surprise hit The Karate Kid reunites Ralph Macchio as high-school student Danny and Noriyuki “Pat” Morita as Danny’s martial-arts mentor, Miyagi. Picking up where the first film left off, The Karate Kid Part II finds Danny and Miyagi making an emergency trip to Okinawa, where Miyagi’s father is dying. Here they revisit Miyagi’s childhood sweetheart (Nobu McCarthy), who, Miyagi believes, had been wheedled into an arranged marriage with loose-cannon karate expert Sato (Danny Kamekona). Little does Miyagi realize that the woman is still single; Sato is still around as well, however, and intent on resuming the fight with his old nemesis. Morita agrees; meanwhile, Danny is challenged by Kamekona’s pugnacious nephew (Yuji Okumoto).
Star Trek 4: The Voyage Home
It is the 23rd century, and a space probe appears over Earth, emanating strange sounds towards the planet, and apparently waiting for something. As time goes on, the probe starts to cause major storms on Earth and threaten its destruction. Admiral James T. Kirk and crew are called upon once again to save mankind. They discover the strange sounds are actually the songs of the humpback whale – which has been hunted to extinction. They have only one choice – to attempt to time travel back into the 20th century, locate two whales, and bring them back to 23rd century Earth to respond to the probe.
Back to School
To help his discouraged son get through college, a funloving and obnoxious rich businessman decides to enter the school as a student himself.
57 years after Ellen Ripley had a close encounter with the reptilian alien creature from the first movie, she is called back, this time, to help a group of highly trained colonial marines fight off against the sinister extraterrestrials. But this time, the aliens have taken over a space colony on the moon LV-426. When the colonial marines are called upon to search the deserted space colony, they later find out that they are up against more than what they bargained for. Using specially modified machine guns and enough firepower, it’s either fight or die as the space marines battle against the aliens. As the Marines do their best to defend themselves, Ripley must attempt to protect a young girl who is the sole survivor of the decimated space colony.
The Golden Child
A private detective (Eddie Murphy) specializing in missing children is charged with the task of finding a special child who dark forces want to eliminate.
A couple, cheated by a vile businessman, kidnap his wife in retaliation, without knowing that their enemy is delighted they did.
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
A high school wise guy (Matthew Broderick) is determined to have a day off from school, despite what the Principal thinks of that.