We’ve seen the trailer for Take Me Home Tonight three or four times and we still don’t get it. What is the point of this movie? What year is it? Doesn’t this movie belong in 1988? Why would we want to see this movie without (the late) Corey Haim? And, even then, without Corey Feldman we’re not interested. What could this movie possibly add to the one-wild-and-crazy-life-changing-drug-and-sex-filled-night genre? And we generally adore Topher Grace, so it’s hard for us to be so down on this one.
Take Me Home Tonight, get outta my car and into my trunk.
When we heard Former Federal Agent (?) Phillip release a deep, guttural, primitive grunt (twice) during the Survivor: Redemption Island premiere we couldn’t shake the feeling that we had heard that noise somewhere before.
(Also, we really have no idea what he’s talking about here. Something about male lions sniffing each other and dancing. Is he divulging a crush on Boston Rob?)
But then it dawned on us.
NHL 93. A body check. SFX #2.
Does this mean that when Phillip informed his tribe that he was a former federal agent for three government agencies one of those organizations was EA Sports? Was Phillip, in fact, part of a deep covert operation to provide the sound effects for the greatest sports video game in the history of video games? Have we uncovered Phillip’s classified resume?
YOU MAKE THE CALL
Sure seems like it.