It's never too late for some nice nostalgia. I just watched The Goonies tonight, and about a week ago Gremlins - to the point - don't you miss the Amblin Entertainment films such as these helmed by Richard Donner, Robert Zemeckis (Back to the Future) and Joe Dante (let's add Innerspace) and produced (and sometimes written) by Steven Spielberg? Amblin Entertainment was as big as Pixar is / was (it's Disney's now), and a great place for directors to make movies, since they didn't have to handle with ignorant studio execs but had Steven Spielberg, who'd defend their vision and finance / produce the movies. I think the movie industry needs something like Amblin again. I mean, look at all those great movies (next to Spielberg's own): Who Framed Roger Rabbit by Robert Zemeckis Arachnophobia by Frank Marshall Men in Black by Barry Sonnenfeld Back to the Future (1 - 3) by Robert Zemeckis The Flinstones by Brian Levant Gremlins (1 & 2) by Joe Dante The Goonies by Richard Donner Innerspace by Joe Dante - and of course that's just a few of the movies produced by Amblin / Spielberg. ...and let's not forget the cartoons: Tiny Toon Adventures Animaniacs Pinky & The Brain Freakazoid P.S.: I'm aware that Amblin Entertainment still exists, but mostly just for Spielberg's own movies.