They say college is a time to figure out the rest of your life, but not everyone is lucky enough to get this done before they are released into the real world. With the knowledge of an MIT grad, Matt Franklin is unfortunate enough to fall into this camp, finding himself living up to a fraction of his potential working in Suncoast Video. However, when his high school crush walks back into his life as a customer at his store he realizes that the Labor Day party that night may finally provide the opportunity for his life to begin.
Seeing as I was born the year this film is set my memory of the 80s isn’t really existent, and I luckily lacked the proper amount of hair in 1988 to rock the side pony, but I still know enough to appreciate some of the films of this decade. [Read more...]