Take Me Home Tonight
While filmed back in 2005, Michael Dowse's Take Me Home Tonight was shelved until a recent theatrical run in 2011. Sadly, unlike wine, this film did not get better with age as the jokes are still not funny, the music a bit too campy and the final scene incredible cliche.
When Matt Franklin's high school crush shows up at his dead end mall job, things couldn't appear worse. But a few lies and smooth moves later, both he and his best friend look to have schemed a way to finally get the girl of his dreams. But a wild party could foil his entire plan as the successful goddess puts him through the ringer in a night of ultimate seduction and debauchery.
Okay, so the film really isn't that good. In fact, the mere use of the word 'good' is a huge misconception. Anna Faris is hardly in the picture at all, the suppose 80s music never hits full stride to offer up any old-school favorites, and the late night party has been done a million times before - and much better.
At the end of the night you can't help but wonder why Fox opted to release such a misfire almost six years after production officially wrapped. Going anywhere close to the film could corrupt your mind. Keeping at least twenty feet back is highly recommended - for your own safety of course.