The 1980s have become coalesced in America's cultural memory as a decade of excess above all else. Sure, the era produced a number of notably kooky, how-did-that-ever-happen trends in fashion, music, and pop culture, but permeating just about everything is the sense of largesse, which in turn has helped the decade's style remain so iconic. In other words, nothing about the '80s was subtle.
One of the least subtle blockbusters of the decade is 1986's "Top Gun
." The film is almost aggressively excessive, with a wall-to-wall pop rock soundtrack filled with big names like Kenny Loggins
and Cheap Trick
blaring under shots of Tom...
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