'Take Me Home Tonight' recaptures '80s glory
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Published: 7/13/2011 6:15 PM
Print this article As a decade, the ‘80s have grown to an iconic level. Through the unique clothing and classic music, the period certainly lives on. “Take Me Home Tonight,” captures all the appeal of the decade in a hilarious and sometimes heartwarming manner. The new release DVD comes to stores July 19.
Matt Franklin (Topher Grace) is a recent MIT grad who is not sure what he wants to do with his life. However, he does know one thing for sure, that he is in love with the Tori (Teresa Palmer), the girl of his dreams. Unfortunately, this causes him to lie about his job to impress her, a move which will ultimately come back to haunt him.
As Matt, his sister Wendy (Anna Faris) and his best friend Barry (Dan Fogler) attend a party, all of his shortcomings begin to become apparent and he has to figure out when he is going to take the next step in his life.
The 1980s is famous for coming–of-age tales such as this, and has gave audiences some of the most classic movies of all time including “St. Elmo’s Fire” and “The Breakfast Club.”
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