By Shani Silver

Published on February 19, 2016

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Overboard, 1987

Joanna’s. Yacht. You. Guys. Not the most practical residence, but absolutely gorgeous nonetheless. If we could have her sunglasses too, that’d be great. 

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And OBVIOUSLY her closet. 

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Top Gun, 1986

It’s tough to finder a cuter beach house porch than the one featured in Top Gun. Nightly sunset viewings required. 

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Batman Returns, 1992

Okay, technically this is a 90s movie, but we can’t skip Catwoman’s pink apartment. We can’t! The franchise started in the 80s…it counts. 

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Little Monsters, 1989

Yes, we’d like a massive arcade that we can access from underneath our beds, k? 

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St. Elmo’s Fire, 1985

Alec and Leslie’s spacious loft was what we all thought we’d live in someday. Little did we know…this

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Also from St. Elmo’s Fire, Jules’ apartment was pretty sick too, k? Though we don’t condone racking up major credit card debt to have a home worthy of an 80s Vogue fashion shoot. 

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Scarface, 1983

Tony Montana’s office was 80s opulence at its best. Minus the weapons cache, it would set quite the tone for business meetings, no? 

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Batman, 1989

There’s no such thing as a casual dinner at Bruce Wayne’s house. His mansion’s dining room was bigger than your average startup office. 

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Beetlejuice, 1988

Truly one of the most unique homes in cinema history, the big white house on a hill was country/cozy-meets-city/artsy. There will never be anything else quite like it. 

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The interior, though over-the-top and massively lacking in natural light, is too strong a visual memory to skip. Giant stone slab table, anyone? 

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Okay just one more. Look at this place!!

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Labyrinth, 1986

The stairwell maze is one of our favorite scenes of all time. What we wouldn’t give for this to be real. We’d never lose at hide and seek!