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The '80s Are Back in Rosslyn

'80s film fest on Monday nights

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    The '80s Are Back in Rosslyn
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    No self-respecting '80s film fest would be complete without a showing of "Splash." Obvy.

    Back to the Future, New Coke, hair bands and neon push-down socks. Plus, our youth. What's not to love about the '80s?

    Rosslyn is kickin' back and remembering the Me Decade with a series of Monday Night at the Movies, which is a precursor to this summer's planned I Love the 80's outdoor film festival. Monday nights through April, you can catch classic '80s flicks for free at the new Rosslyn Dome Theater (1101 Wilson Blvd., Arlington).

    Here's the sked:

    March 30: Splash (1984)
    April 13: Stand By Me (1987)
    April 20: Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
    April 27: Uncle Buck (1989)

    Then the whole thing switches to Fridays and moves outdoors on May 1, held at Gateway Park. The first outdoor flick is Goonies, and the series includes other illuminating titles such as Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure and Weird Science. First one not wearing a bra on their head is a rotten egg!