( Rolling Stone) The 1986 romantic slapstick “Pretty in Pink” makes 30 this year.

Those who weren’t around to live through the working day of large-hearted shoulder pads and the perfectly-captured teenage ardour anxiety of mid-1 980 s epoch John Hughes cinemas can catch this classic from his repertoire when it pops select theaters nationwide next month. Those that ensure it the first time around can wax nostalgic about the wonders of Dippity-Do in retaining budge-proof high-pitched coifs, perhaps think of one’s own questionable teen ardour choices and revisit one of the “3 0 Greatest Rock& Roll Movie Moments.”


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