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  • Actors: Topher Grace, Anna Faris, Dan Fogler, Teresa Palmer, Chris Pratt
  • Directors: Michael Dowse
  • Writers: Topher Grace, Gordon Kaywin, Jackie Filgo, Jeff Filgo
  • Producers: Audrey Chon, Dany Wolf, Gordon Kaywin
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: July 19, 2011
  • Run Time: 98 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (105 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0051MKNRC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,499 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Take Me Home Tonight" on IMDb

Special Features

Theatrical Feature
Deleted Scenes
Cast Get Together
Music Boombox
Take Me Home Tonight Music Video
Theatrical Trailer
TV Spots

Editorial Reviews

A talented ensemble cast delivers laugh-out-loud performances in this “fun nostalgia trip.” (Richard Roeper) When Matt Franklin's (Topher Grace) high-school crush Tori (Teresa Palmer) shows up at his dead-end mall job, he and his buddy Barry (Dan Fogler) devise a wild scheme for Matt to finally win the girl of his dreams. But only time will tell if Matt can seduce this gorgeous goddess at a wild party and survive an outrageous night of seduction, destruction and debauchery. Take this hilarious comedy home tonight!

Customer Reviews

This movie is funny and entertaining!
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There is, however, no coherent narrative, no consistent characterization, and no compelling storyline.
Marty
I don't want to tell too much about the plot of the movie, but as usual, the ending is a happy one.
Leigh Egan

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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Beeshy on March 17, 2011
Take Me Home Tonight is a movie for people who love 80's movies. The soundtrack is reason enough to give this movie a go. Excellent picks perfectly placed. Pretty much ever 80's cliche is played out in this movie. The guy trying to get the girl that's totally out of his league, the best friend/comedic relief, the perfectly irritating couple, the awesome party that everyone attends, the crimes that should land you in jail, + the most awesome night of your life. Although not in high school the characters are post college grads instead. With the lead Matt(Topher Grace) struggling to get his life started after college + stuck in a dead end job for fear or failure. His twin Wendy(Anna Faris) is in a similar situation w/ her boyfrind. While his best friend Barry(Dan Fogler) skipped college for a job + is making up for a time he missed. Matt's high school crush Tori(Teresa Palmer) is a success in banking + still far out of his league. The night brings them all together at Wendy's boyfriend Kyle's(Chris Pratt) notorious Labor day weekend party. A bunch of "No Way" type situations make this movie pure 80's gold. One of which being the thieveing of a car from Barry's former employer. I don't want to give too much away cause you'll wanna see it for yourself it's that funny. You can tell that the cast had great chemistry and had fun making this movie which makes it all the better. This is a feel good type movie that will make you leave the theater laughing about your fav scenes. The movie is so much funnier than I expected + I was already expecting funnyness. If the trailer even looks a little funny to you then see this movie, you won't be disappointed.

*check out the music video for "Don't You Want Me" by Atomic Tom it features the cast reenacting classic 80's movie moments*
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28 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Pumpkin Man on May 21, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
Last year, we got Hot Tub Time Machine. This year, we get Take Me Home Tonight. It has a nostalgic vibe and it has a great storyline about being true to yourself. It's not laugh-out-loud comedy, but it does have a few hilarious moments. It doesn't over-use sex, but they did have a lot of drugs, especially cocaine. Topher Grace stars as Matt, a guy who doesn't know what to do with his life. His sister, Wendy sent her application to a college, and Matt's friend, Barry just got fired from his job. Matt works at the local video store, and his high school crush, Tori comes in. She tells him that Kyle is throwing a wild party and asks him to come. Throughout the wild and crazy night, Matt tries to get Tori to like him. This is a really fun movie to watch. I highly recommend that you TAKE ME HOME TONIGHT!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By dgdbear on July 28, 2011
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I was surprised by this movie. I really thought going into this movie as something that was just going to be sub-par. Yea it's nothing new, but for all the flack the movie recieved it was quite enjoyable. It's reminesant of movies like License to Drive, a little of Sixteen Candles, a small fraction of John Cusak movies. What makes the movie shine from a very predictable script is Topher Grace. The rest of the cast is fine, the anchor of this movie is Topher as the ordinary guy in all of us. The guy that never truly stood out in high school that wanted the girl who felt was unreachable. The music is great. I feel that if you grew up watching movies from the 80's then you would enjoy it a bit more then one of those that grew up worshiping twilight or something worse then that from the 90's.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jason VINE VOICE on August 27, 2012
Format: DVD
Take Me Home Tonight is the 2011 version of Can't Hardly Wait (CHW). It's not billed as such, and doesn't claim to be a remake, but there is far too much similarity to say otherwise. The previous version is superior in every single way, but this movie is nonetheless a fun jaunt through the 80s, with one of the best nostalgic soundtracks in cinema history.

Unlike Ethan Embry who made the role realistic, Topher Grace plays a far too refined, far too good looking guy (Matt) who just graduated from MIT yet remembers the High School days of not having luck with the ladies. This is unlikely. Nonetheless, he's got an MIT-certified license to demand money, and he's living with his parents while working at a video store. It just feels like they're trying too hard to make him unsuccessful. His world flips upside down when his High School crush - Tori (Teresa Palmer) - walks in and invites him to a party. Palmer is very pretty, but an obvious downgrade from Jennifer Love Hewitt in CHW. Anyway, the quest is on. Matt, along with his comedic sidekick Barry (Dan Fogler) and unessential to the script sister (Anna Farris, post ducklip plastic surgery), will make the most of his opportunities, take the chances, chase the girl, and basically do everything he didn't do while in High School.

Somewhere in there are lessons about responsibility, telling the truth, and carpe diem, but they're far too jumbled and convoluted (i.e. girl gives guy a chance because guy lies, girl is upset about lies later but admits without lies he had no chance) to glean. Ignore the messages and enjoy it for Fogler's scene-stealing hilarity and the unbelievable 80s soundtrack.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By C. Powell on July 18, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
I thoughouly enjoyed this film. I found all the characters to be perfectly cast as I followed them through this crazy night of partying, mischief and self discovery. This homage of a film pays its dues to the great, seems to not have a plot at all, but still is very entertaining and sentimental. Topher Grace cannot find himself, Dan Fogler loses himself, Anna Faris is stuck in between pleasing herself or her soon to be fiance, and Teresa Palmer finds a guy who has liked her since high school. The comedy does not lighten up during the film, but does mix a well amount of sentimental feeling to it which in my opinion makes the film stand out more than it would've if it just were goofy and over the top.

The blu ray version of the film looks great in general. Colors are strong, and pores on peoples' faces are seen. There is a digital copy of the film that comes with the blu ray. The film is a moderate 97 minutes which goes by quickly and actually leaves you wanting more, or at least I could have had another 10 minutes. Luckily this film has a decent amount of special features. They range from 7 hilarious deleted scenes that should have been added to film, a cast get together featurette, theatrical trailer, take me home tonight music video and an awesome music boombox featurette that includes 12 great 80's songs including "straight outta COmpton", "video Killed the Radio Star", "kickstart my heart", "let my love open the door" and " dont you want me".

Personally, if you ask me...I'll say buy it. As soon as I finished watching it once I came to conclusion that I would not hesitate to watch again. It definitely is a feel good movie and I felt it did just that...put me in a good mood and had me thinking about those classic 80's movies.

Give it a try, you won't be dissapointed.

-Cam
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