The last of the series, Harry Callahan is pulled into the messy world of cinema as a strange film director (Liam Neeson) seems to be at the center of a death pool-inspired killing spree. While Neeson doesn't chew on a cigar and get in on the action, all the thrills are left to Clint Eastwood, who throws "Welcome to the Jungle" on in order to film a music video that stars one Jim Carrey. Or make that James Carrey as he was known back then, just a few years before he slipped onto In Living Color, and a good handful of years before he found fame for those zany ways.
The clip after the jump isn't the best quality, but it's Carrey getting his lip-synch on to G'n'R, which is just about the most dead-on summation of the time I can think of. "Welcome to the Jungle" was released as a single in October of 1987, and by '88, it headlined every lip synching competition out there, every dance, and well, everything.
Action, nostalgia, and a good helping of ridiculousness ... you can take The A-Team, but I'm sticking with The Dead Pool.