The Movies That Made Us
The Movies That Made Us is an American documentary web television series created by Brian Volk-Weiss, and spin off to the successful The Toys That Made Us. The first four episodes of the series began streaming on Netflix on 29th November 2019. The four episode debut season of the new series is dedicated to some of the movies that defined the 1980s.
The series promises to tell the real stories behind the blockbusters that defined a generation. Actors, directors and industry insiders lead the way on these essential deep dives.
|No. Overall||No. in Season||Title||Original Release Date|
|1||1||Dirty Dancing||29th November 2019|
|Stepping on toes and tangling with rejection, the women behind this "girl's movie" touched millions despite co-star tension and a meager budget.|
|2||2||Home Alone||29th November 2019|
|Mix a "comedy machine" with a novice director. Add a shutdown threat, rotating robbers and terrifying stunts to home in on a ho-ho-ho holiday megahit.|
|3||3||Ghostbusters||29th November 2019|
|A rickety script, tight timeline and effect issues almost busted this comedy. But thanks to Dan Aykroyd and company, the slimy shenanigans took off.|
|4||4||Die Hard||29th November 2019|
|This box office titan took action movies to the next level, decked out with a relatable hero, a humorous rewrite and a well played "yippee-ki-yay".|
- Squires, John (2019-11-26). "[Trailer] Netflix's "The Movies That Made Us" Shines the Spotlight on 'Ghostbusters' & More on November 29!". Bloody Disgusting!. Retrieved 2019-12-26.
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