Indian. "Top Gun" was one of the top box office movies of the 1980's.
First Knight. Sir John Gielgud was knighted in 1953.
La Cage Aux Folles. 1996 comedy "The Birdcage" was a remake for Franco-Italian film "La Cage aux Folles" and starred Robin Williams.
Robert McCall. The Equalizer films are based on the 1980s CBS tv series of the same name which starred Edward Woodward as Robert McCall.
13. Chris O'Donnell was born in 1970 in Winnetka, Illinois.
French Fried Taters. Billy Bob Thornton wrote, directed and starred in "Slingblade".
Tom Cruise. Adler Berriman "Barry" Seal was an airline pilot who became a Medell’n Cartel drug smuggler.
17,000 Credits. In "Star Wars IV", Alderaan is the home planet of Princess Leia.
Tarkin. Governor Tarkin found it very hard signing the order terminating her life.
King Vidor. "The Fountainhead" was the only collaboration between Gary Cooper and King Vidor.
FX. "FX" starred Bryan Brown and Brian Dennehy.
A League Of Their Own. A League Of Their Own. Only the best baseball movie ever made. Tom Hanks says this as the team prepares to leave for the World Series.
Season of the Witch. 2011's "Season of the Witch" is unrelated to a 1972 film with the same title directed by George Romero.
Emma Thompson. In addition to playing Elinor Dashwood in the movie "Sense and Sensibility", actress Emma Thompson wrote the screenplay.
Pakistan. "The Big Sick" is loosely based on the real-life romance between Emily V. Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani.
Sean Connery. John Patrick Mason, Sean Connery character in 1996's "The Rock" said the line "Gentlemen, welcome to the Rock".
Lulu. "The Man with the Golden Gun" was the last James Bond movie directed by Guy Hamilton.
Dunkirk. In May of 1940, Germany moved into France, trapping thousands of troops on the beaches of Dunkirk.
Anna Riley. Anna the workaholic said this when describing how long she worked.
Webs. Reels for "Spider-Man 3" were delivered to U.K. theaters under the name "Back For More".