Topher Grace and Dan Fogler star in Michael Dowse's aggressively unfunny film which seeks the lowest common denominator in nearly every scene.
Flailing away beneath a pile-on of failed slapstick, dead-weight jokes, hammy acting and bad writing rests a tiny, possibly even intriguing comedy in Take Me Home Tonight about young people struggling to grasp a future they’re not certain they even want. This slip of a story never stands a chance of emerging though as director Michael Dowse’s aggressive approach to comedy utterly buries it.
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