Take Me Home Tonight

Take Me Home Tonight

Recent MIT grad Matt Franklin (Topher Grace) should be well on his way to a successful career at a Fortune 500 company, but instead, he rebels against maturity by taking a job at a video store. Matt rethinks his position when his unrequited high-school crush, Tori (Teresa Palmer), walks in and invites him to an end-of-summer party. With the help of his twin sister (Anna Faris) and his best friend (Dan Fogler), Matt hatches a plan to change the course of his life.

Recent MIT grad Matt Franklin should be working for a Fortune 500 company and starting his upward climb to full-fledged yuppie-hood. Instead, the directionless 23-year-old confounds family and friends by taking a part-time job behind the counter of a video store at the Sherman Oaks Galleria. And the crises keep piling up in Matt's life. His best buddy Barry has just gotten fired from his job, his brainy sister Wendy is getting hitched to her vapid boyfriend Kyle, and the gorgeous Tori Frederking, long-time object of Matt's unattainable adoration, is suddenly back in the picture. Now, on one wild, woolly and irresponsible evening, everything is coming to a head, with explosive results. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Take Me Home Tonight torrent reviews

NintendoJackson (jp) wrote: This was surprisingly an actual pretty good movie the story was good except well not so much the fact that the kid was imagining his brother was alive kinda like that one movie the uninvited you should check it out

Judge L (jp) wrote: A lot better than I thought it would be. Disney once again makes a great sports flick based on a true story.

Sean D (au) wrote: This movie wasn't bad per se, just really boring. SyFy original films will have amazing death scenes, especially near the end of the movies. But the film overall was boring. That's about all I can say about this one. Nothing special. But it's not horrible.

Maria Gabriela V (nl) wrote: Despu (C)s de la cada del muro de Berln... una divertida mirada!

Robert A (it) wrote: I thought this was an enjoyable little film. A good popcorn and movie night flick.

Madeline M (de) wrote: This movie is really freaking good. It sounds kitschy to say that it's the "Bollywood Othello," but that Shakespearean element comes through beautifully here, as do many aspects specific to Othello (think: raunchy). The performances are uniformly excellent, and the camera work is very nice too.

Tomek S (kr) wrote: a piece of postmodern metafiction by Kitano which, with a 'Chinese box' type of story, refers to his art and personal life. it gets really surrealistic at times, so it's possibly not for everybody. yet, surely, with this movie Kitano seals his position as the most important present-day Japanese director and one of the major figures of contemporary cinematography.

Coxxie M (fr) wrote: "Don't get dead."What a plump, rich, sweaty fecal meatball this is. Cyborg 2 was made in a time when Angelina Jolie was making movies and you would see her name in the credits and go, "who the hell is Angelina Jolie?" The few number of people who knew of her knew that she was terrible but it didn't matter because she wasn't famous. then people started to learn that she was Voight's kid and that she was bisexual and then it was like, "oh. wow. i guess i could see myself renting Cyborg 2." and incase you don't care for things that evolve from John Voight's cum but still like sci-fi actioners, this is a movie about an old bearded scientist who engineers fem-bots to explode right after a man "explodes" inside them. you can actually see this demonstrated once, in the first five minutes, so that will save you a whole 95 minutes of Angelina Jolie. personally, i feel fine giving this a star and a half for the fact that i felt really cool watching Elias Koteas chain-smoke 7 cigarettes under a red neon light.

Rick L (ru) wrote: Not as many laughs as one might expect from Neil Simon, but an interesting slice of a disfunctional family seen through a kid's eyes as one might expect and still well done.

Alexander C (ru) wrote: Looks interesting will try to find and watch!

April N (ca) wrote: Although laced with some humour unlike The Exorcist, this was a great movie.

Caleb M (ca) wrote: More bittersweet than (500) Days of Summer. An oldie but a goodie. Thank you TCM for introducing me to such a fantastic film.

Veronique K (de) wrote: matricide was a highly popularized cinematic trend since hitchcock's psycho in 1960s, which surely has been ensued with a series of campy parodies, such as william castle's "homicide" and his collaboration with joan crawford in "straight-jacket"..crawford in her older days was ripe for such matricide-related exploitation, don't audience just have the impulsion to slog her for being so un-apologetically complacent and egoistic while acting like a mean, rich and powerful bitch with a desperate grasp of youth? don't you just love to hate her or hate to love her? naturally all those attributes make her the ideal prospect in such material like "berserk." it's story about a businesswoman who owns a circus, and all of a sudden, the members of her crew are murdered drastically one by one during the public exhibitions. she dates a man who seems young enough to be her son while her daughter returns for being dispelled by the boarding school. (crawford's movies in this period tend to have a certain parallel to her real-life relationship with her daughter)..at last, the truth is revelt and not hard to guess at all: it is her daughter who murders those people due to her grudges against mom and she has to destroy the circus to ease off the envious hatred. sorta like "straight-jacker," which has a slightly better sense of suspense despite its blatant cheesiness, but the scriptor of "straight-jacket" is the same one from "psycho." recently i'm reading a cultural-study book about the symbolic matricide within the temperament of american ethnology as well as american pop culture, the idea of personal property and the highly emphasized individuality (clint eastwood says in the amc channel commercial "i have a reverence for individuality") so each person has to leave his/her parents, particularly mother, as long as the puberty passes. "seperation and individuation" are the key terms for such symptom, and mother figure's inclined to get portrayed in a negative light of effeminatibng or victimizing the offsprings, contrary to the oriental system of family adherence. i assume such dread for the overpower of phallic mothers has created a food line for aged hollywood icons as well as a misogynist mythology of all those joan-loathing craps within american subcultures. everything about berserk is predictably corny to invite sneering laughters, but it's exactly the charm of it, isn't it? if you expect to be shocked or get good-quality actings and decently stylish camera angle just by watching the trailer, then i must say: you were just hatched yesterday. come on, it's a camp, it's supposed to be terrificly and shamelessly BAD with a reckless smug. stop bitching about it and giving it a poor rating. (lol.) (ps) but i've got to pay compliment to miss joan's wardrobe, which is actually not awful (the green suit with layers of jade-color pearls is my fav, so outrageously flashy), it bares her still-quite-in-shape legs very well, and i bet that a 60-something joan still has much better legs than lots of young girls in my age. hehe. don't you just love such killer queen? huh?

Lief T (de) wrote: My three little grade schoolers loved watching.

Pavandeep S (it) wrote: I will not say this was a great or brilliant movie, but its special effects were pretty nice. I loved the entire miniatures for some reason. the tale was a typical one, using set-ups, plants, pay-offs and all the usual narrative methods to work.

Richard B (fr) wrote: I love the tv show. The movie is ok. Much better then Fantastic Four

Michael M (fr) wrote: I always liked this movie though I realize many did not. The little kid annoys the shit out of me to this day, but Ahnuld is still in his prime and there's some great one-liners and a decent amount of action. Great supporting cast and overall a lot of fun. And how about Ian McKellen (Gandalf/Magneto) has a cameo in the movie at the end as Death?