Two young losers somehow make a hot woman who has magical powers.
One of the fundamental parts of this movie involves some really terrifyingly-old technology. Even back then it was comical. If that can be excused, the rest of this holds up perfectly.
So with that out of the way, I can highly recommend this. I know my nostalgia must cloud my judgement, but I still think it would be a fun movie for a first-timer. It's bubblegum.
These came together in a special edition binder. They were presented in a different order than their release, and had a fourth disc - an audio disc.
- 0:45 -- Gymnastics
- 2:00 -- Pantsing
- 2:15 -- Weird Science - (1985 song), by Oingo Boingo
- 3:30 -- Cincinnati - United States
- 3:45 -- Vet = Veterinary physician
- 4:15 -- How come he has two beds?
- 4:30 -- Frankenstein - (1931 movie)
- 6:45 -- Artificial intelligence
- 8:00 -- Modem, Acoustic coupler
- 8:30 -- l33t haxors.
- 9:15 -- Aerobicise - (1981 show), by Ron Harris
- 11:00 -- Wow, actual nudity on the monitor.
- 12:00 -- The Game of Life
- 13:00 -- An incredible first appearance.
- 15:45 -- Weak casual misandry.
- 17:30 -- Blues
- 19:15 -- An 8th-grader, and he's supposed to be 21.
- 20:15 -- Weak casual misandry.
- 21:00 -- All of that would be racist now, but 80s kids didn't have their panties in a twist. In fact, there was no sexism or racism.
You two donkey-dicks couldn't get laid in a morgue.
- 26:00 -- Rigor mortis
- 26:45 -- I'd screw that scene up so many times.
- 27:45 -- Tubular Bells - (1973 album), by Mike Oldfield
- 30:30 -- A little break of the fourth wall.
- 31:00 -- VCR = Videocassette recorder
33:00 -- The guy on the left looks so much like Robert Downey Jr.
- .. I looked it up and holy shit it is him.
- Or perhaps a cover.
- 27:00 -- Heart attack = Myocardial infarction
- 40:15 -- Her lipstick being made too outside her lips, to fake larger lips, looks terrible.
- 41:45 -- Go ahead, make my day is from Sudden Impact - (1983 movie)
- 42:30 -- Castration, and mentioning something like that is casual misandry.
- 46:30 -- Insurance Seminar
- 50:30 -- I don't know what this is a reference to. The music is a hint, but I can't place where it's from.
- 53:30 -- Bad dubbing.
- 55:00 -- The Addams Family - (1964 series)
57:30 -- Time - (magazine)
- From back before it was corrupted.
- 58:45 -- He called them hosers!
- 59:00 -- Rex Harrison - (actor)
- 1:01:45 -- "This Bud's for you." is from Budweiser beer.
- 1:02:00 -- Is that a stock sound, or something unique to this movie? Either way, nobody's lips moved for it.
- 1:04:30 -- John Wayne
- 1:07:00 -- Casual misandry.
- 1:10:30 -- Phil Donahue - The Phil Donahue Show - (1970-1996 show)
- 1:11:45 -- No. Roll credits.
- 1:12:00 -- Yeah, she's going to break up without breaking up, and rebound to him. I get the idea of it, and my young self didn't catch it, but it comes off as really disgusting now.
1:18:00 -- This is something of an homage to Monty Python's Flying Circus:
Are they dead?
Oh no, they're just resting.
- 1:18:30 -- Casual misandry.
- 1:22:00 -- Tenderness - (1984 song), by General Public
- 1:24:00 -- Elephant balls is a reference to Elephantiasis, and is casual misandry.
- 1:26:30 -- On the bottom-right is a General Public record.
1:31:30 -- Breaking the fourth wall.