'Take Me Home Tonight' Red-Band: Coke-Fueled 80's Windmilling

The spiritual sequel to "That 70's Show," Take Me Home Tonight, is ready to rock with a new red-band trailer. You can tell because it's wearing a necktie as if it were a bandana. The spiritual sequel to "That 70's Show," Take Me Home Tonight, is ready to rock with a new red-band trailer that offers a look at 1980's style debauchery. Car theft, drugs, sex, and trampolining without a license are all put on display this time around. This isn't that much more extreme than the previous trailer but it's definitely more willing to have a good time. You can tell because it's wearing a necktie as if it were a bandana.

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This video nods to almost every movie made between 1980 and 1989. (Sorry, C.H.U.D.) The gang behind Take Me Home Tonight, the title of which is an 80's reference, decided to up the stakes of the reference game in this video, which manages to nod to damn near every movie made during the decade. What's the purpose of this video? I dunno. It reminds us that Take Me Home Tonight is a movie that's coming out (which serves the producers), and it's enjoyable to watch (which serves the viewer). Win-win. So sit back and watch Topher and the gang just...just live, man. They've already done two trailers, so rather than give too much of the movie away, they just decided to have some fun with the characters. Hard not to get on board with that. Cinema Blend caught references to 32 different movies in this clip/music video, so if you want to see a list much more exhaustive than my paltry 6, click here. Otherwise, let the references wash over you like so much cocaine-laced bathwater. What? Yes. Take Me Home Tonight hits theaters March 4, 2011.


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