LOS ANGELES — There is a moment in Eddie the Eagle that is the most ’80s moment that’s ever ’80s-ed. Actually, it’s the whole movie. It’s that ’80s.

And that’s a good thing.

Eddie the Eagle, starring Taron Egerton (Kingsman: The Secret Service) as the (real-life) British Olympic ski jumper Eddie Edwards and Hugh Jackman as his (fictionalized) coach, will resonate deeply with fans of the greatest underdog ’80s films — The Karate Kid, Bull Durham, Flashdance and even Rocky IV. (Yes, there is a doozy of a training montage.) Read more…

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‘Eddie the Eagle’ is a movie more ’80s than the ’80s themselves