Follow an aimless college grad who pursues his dream girl at a wild Labor Day weekend party. He, his twin sister and their best friend struggle with their burgeoning adulthood over the course of the night.
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Michael Dowse never disappoints - this was a perfect romp through both the reality of the 80s and what 80s cinema liked to portray as reality. A simple story, funny characters, impeccable production design, and a great soundtrack amount to a criminally overlooked comedy from last year.
I'm so torn with this film it's unbelievable. I love the style, the music, and the characters, at the same time I can recognize it is formulaic and a little familar. Still, it isn't by any means an awful, one star film. It's enjoyable, lightweight, and sometimes pretty funny. If you take out Dan Fogler, it'd be REALLY funny.
I don't care what Roger Ebert says about this film. It is hardly a bad movie. The relationship between Matt and Tori is interesting, sweet, and done well. My patience with intellectual film snobbery is growing really thin.
Parcializado por mi amor a los 80's igual encontré esta película algo genérica, quizás hasta en eso fue fiel pues la historia es puro cliché ochentoso. Igual vale la pena verla por el genial soundtrack que no se va a los one hit wonders obvios y por la ambientación que está bien lograda de una manera sutil sin llamar demasiado la atención a si misma. A destacar? Michael Biehn y Dan Fogler.