Sound pretty bad, right? Actually, no. TAKE ME HOME TONIGHT, while far from a classic (it's nowhere near as good as the similarly themed ADVENTURELAND) is a harmless, fun comedy that does exactly what it set out to do, which is to imitate late-eighties comedies, and in that regard TAKE ME HOME TONIGHT feels almost authentic.
Call it THAT 80'S MOVIE if you will, but it's a pretty decent little comedy, and one of Topher Grace's better big-screen vehicles. I enjoyed it, although I found it was better as a light, relationship comedy (with the gorgeous Teresa Palmer making a terrific love-interest), than the zany, coke-fueled slapstick comedy it is whenever Dan Fogler's on-screen. Still, it gets the job done, and it's a solid enough rental.
First up, eleven minutes of deleted scenes none of which really add up to much, and are better left out of the film. Next up is a cast get together which was recently shot, and points out how different everyone looks from four years ago when this was shot. Anna Faris in particular looks like a different person.
Finally, there's the Take Me Home Tonight music video, which, despite it's title IS NOT the old Eddie Money video from the eighties, but rather a video of the indie cover of "Don't You Want Me Baby" by The Human League featured in the film. The extras are rounded out by the trailer , and a really lame, clunky feature called music boombox that lets you jump to the scenes featuring eighties hits. Wish the music videos had been included instead.