Mar 04, 2011 · Directed by Michael Dowse. With Topher Grace, Anna Faris, Dan Fogler, Teresa Palmer. Four years after graduation, an awkward high school genius uses his sister's boyfriend's Labor Day party as the perfect opportunity to make his move on his high school crush.
- Michael Dowse
Take Me Home Tonight is a 2011 American romantic comedy film directed by Michael Dowse and starring an ensemble cast led by Topher Grace and Anna Faris.The screenplay was written by Jackie and Jeff Filgo, former writers of the television sitcom That '70s Show, of which Grace was a cast member.
Take Me Home Tonight is a raunchy, romantic and ultimately touching blast from the past set to an awesome soundtrack of timeless rock and hip-hop hits. Recent MIT grad Matt Franklin (Topher Grace ...
- drama, romance
Take Me Home Tonight on DVD July 19, 2011 starring Topher Grace, Anna Faris, Dan Fogler, Teresa Palmer. As the summer of 1988 winds down, three friends on the verge of adulthood attend an out-of-control party in celebration of their last night
- Michelle Trachtenberg
- Michael Dowse
Take Me Home Tonight was released under the radar and only grossed $6.9 million at the box office. It's fun and a decent homage to the 1980s. I give it four our of five stars because I wasn't expecting much going into the film, however, it was good enough that I called up a friend to come watch it again the next day.
- Comedy, Romance
Mar 01, 2011 · Otherwise this is a DVD few will want to take home tonight or any night. The film’s star, Topher Grace , has been a friend of fellow exec producer Gordon Kaywin since age 15.
Mar 06, 2011 · Grace, 32, produced and stars in “Take Me Home Tonight,’’ a comedy-drama that is part homage, part re-creation of the era of John Hughes’s “The Breakfast Club’’ and “Sixteen ...
Mar 04, 2011 · "Take Me Home Tonight" stars Topher Grace and Teresa Palmer discuss their new 80s movie, that doesn't spoof the decade.
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'TAKE ME HOME TONIGHT': Three and a Half Stars (Out of Five) This 80's movie homage actually is just that: a tribute to the youth films of the 80's and it does a pretty good job. It actually feels like a film from that decade (like something John Hughes might have produced) and not just a send-up or satire of it (like the advertisements sort of ...