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  • Risky Busines(1983)

    • nshepard
    • 7/16/10

    TCM pushes the envelope with this tidy coming of age comedy "Risky Business." Directed by Paul Brickman this is the tale of Joel Goodson(Tom Cruise) Chicago suburbian adolescent who is unskilled in the ways of love, His buddy Miles(Curtis Armstrong) otherwise known as "Booger" in the "Nerd" series, calls a number for Joel in the Love Classifieds and the game is on. Enter Lana(Rebecca DeMornay), who is is the business of Human Sexual Fulfillment. This film is highly erotic, and every heterosexual boys dream. Joel hopes to go to college with a scholarship and get a business degree, little does he know that his relationship with Lana , will take him in a direction he wasn't expecting. Hilarious and moving on many levels, Brickman hits a Grand Slam in this world of complex relationships and raging hormones. A young Tom Cruise gives a fantastic performance as the love lorn and naive teenager, wanting to please his parents, but yet be true to himself. 5 out of 5 stars. Don't Miss This film ! A Train Ride , you'll never forget !

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