See the gallery. Title: Take Me Home Tonight It's the late s, when Wall Street is riding high, and it seems as if the entire country is cashing in on the bumper profits. Disgusted with the materialism that surrounds him, Matt Franklin, a brilliant young MIT graduate, has walked out on his well-paid position at a local lab and taken a low-level job as a video clerk, much to his father Bill's consternation. 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. Written by Anonymous. Take Me Home Tonight is a film set in the late 's. Has the sense of about , to be exact, since a poster of Def Leppards Hysteria album can be seen in the background of the videostore.
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He leered and winked, and moved strangely, as if dodging invisible gnats. With his hands, he committed all the notorious crimes of the rhythm-challenged—his fingers pointing, snapping, or else balled into a fist, punching the air. His hands found their most comfortable home on the microphone, which he often appeared to be strangling. All of this is to say that Money, who was born Edward Mahoney, in Brooklyn, and grew up on Long Island, was an unlikely pop star. He was the son and grandson of New York City police officers, and was a police trainee himself after high school before moving to California, where, in , he charted two Top 40 singles under the management of the legendary promoter Bill Graham.
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. Shooting began on the week starting February 19, ,  in Phoenix, Arizona. The title comes from the Eddie Money song of the same name , also played in the theatrical trailer and on the menu screen of the Blu-Ray and DVD releases.