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It's 1988 and a young MIT graduate (Topher Grace) is working as a video clerk when he meets an old high school flame who invites him to a wild, weekend party. Throwing caution aside, the normally reserved Matt delves into the revelry with troubling results.
Why Is Take Me Home Tonight Rated R?
Take Me Home Tonight is rated R for language, sexual content and drug use
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Topher Grace stars as a young executive who becomes the boss of his girlfriend’s father in the movie In Good Company. He plays one half of a couple dealing with the expectations of love in the romantic comedy Valentine’s Day as well as a reticent grocery store manager who has a difficult time expressing his feelings in Win a Date with Tad Hamilton.
Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: NR
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Details on home video releases of Take Me Home Tonight...
Take Me Home Tonight is releasing to DVD and Blu-ray on July 19, 2011.