Guys, guys! This is a photography forum. Don't make me moderate you
Nah, just kidding. I would never do that. Instead, let me join you:
At the time I thought War Games was a very cool and entertaining movie. Remember the modem Matthew Broderick used to connect to the WOPR? A similar device, a Nikon QA-10 Acoustic Coupler was part of my new QV kit that you might have heard about..
Speaking of photography, the best news photographer movie of all times is 'Under Fire' (1984) where Nick Nolte does an excellent job looking like a real pro with his Nikon F2's.
'Salvador' with James Woods (1985) is another good one, if I remember correctly.
'The Killing Fields' (1984) was nominated for seven Oscars and won three. In this true story Sam Waterston played New York Times journalist Sydney Schanberg covering the civil war in Cambodia, working with his local colleague Dith Pran. Pran later became a staff photographer for the New York Times. Probably one of the strongest, most intense movies ever.
Here's some funny trivia for you (perhaps in violation of the forum rules, but I won't tell anyone):
At the Oscar's, when Haing S. Ngor won the Oscar for best supporting actor, he walked onto the stage with his 15-year-old niece. Upon walking up to the stage, John Malkovich jokingly shouted something in Cambodian to him which shocked his niece and made Haing Ngor laugh. He shouted, "The award's mine, asshole!" In Haing Ngor's autobiography, he describes John Malkovich's keen interest in learning Cambodian swear words.
Now, anyone ever seen a Kodak DCS or a Nikon QV-1000C in a movie?