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About Last Night / St. Elmos Fire (Bilingual)


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About Last Night / St. Elmos Fire (Bilingual) + '80s Comedies Spotlight Collection (The Breakfast Club / Sixteen Candles / Fast Times at Ridgemont High) (Universal's 100th Anniversary Edition) + Some Kind Of Wonderful (Special Collector's Edition)
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Two Different Aspect Ratios Feb. 6 2010
By Wilcy Moore - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Just a quick comment about the DVDs. Each movie is on a separate disc (not a flipper), but St. Elmo's Fire is presented in widescreen (2.35:1) while About Last Night is in full screen (1.33:1). I picked it up in the bargain bin so I can't complain too much. If you want A.L.N. in widescreen, you'll need to buy it separately. The movies are pretty well known 80s fluff so I'm not rating the movies themselves (each to his/her own taste), but I did knock a couple stars off for one package with two different aspect ratios. Most people prefer one or the other.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
80s nostalgia revisited Oct. 5 2010
By D. Roberts - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
ABOUT LAST NIGHT addresses a question that was central to the 80s: CAN a one-night-stand be transformed into an LTR? Or does the early heat of passion unable to sustain itself over the long term when the couple encounters "real~life" problems?

A subplot to the question is this: what happens when your friends don't care for the person you're dating (and vice versa)? And, what if your friends don't like her friends / his friends? Some major awkwardness can arise as each person jockeys for position in the pecking-order of your affections.

The movie was made back when it was a fad to have movies be 1/2 storyline & 1/2 rock video. The film is set in Chicago and Robe Lowe & John Belushi play best buds who are trying to get by in a profession that they both abhor. A young Demi Moore portrays the love interest for Lowe's character.

I was always perplexed that for yrs this movie was only available on DVD in a foreign / import format. So, when I saw the release on BLU-RAY (for a good price) I felt compelled to pick it up. Demi wasn't shy about disrobing in her early films, and I believe this one has more nudity in it than any of her other movies. Oh, and I SO prefer Demi pre-boob job (although that's always a given w/me when it comes to any woman).

ST. ELMO'S FIRE is about a group of recent graduates of Georgetown university. They are in a nascent phase of their life where they're between college life & the profession that they will choose to have for the rest of their lives.

The first time I saw the film, I didn't care for it much ~ mainly because I disliked the main character (Billy - played by Rob Lowe). I've known too many Billy types in my life; he was a smooth talker who was irresponsible, mis-treated women, couldn't hold a job & was pretty much out-of-control. Nevertheless, Billy is the type of dude that you could have parachuted over Antartica & a day later he will magically find hot springs with a group of bikini-clad Antartic babes. Ugh!

Watching the movie 25+ years later, I appreciated it more than I did while I was in HS. It took me no time @ all to recall to mind why I had such a huge crush on Ally Sheedy (Leslie). She is as adorable in the movie now as she was way back in the 80s!

None of the male characters in the film are particularly "normal." Kirby (Emilio Estevez) and Kevin (Andrew McCarthy) are both obsessed with 1 woman that they idolize. Their approach in the matter is quite different. While Kevin lives as a virtual hermit who never dates, Kirby becomes a stalker of the woman he's infatuated with (Dale - portrayed by the gorgeous Andie MacDowell). Fortunately for him, Dale is sympathetic to stalkers & doesn't toss him into jail!

The plot of the movie revolves around how all of the lives of the characters weave into & out of each other's lives. None of the characters make a particularly seamless transition from college life to post-college life. The soundtrack is one of the better Rock / David Foster soundtracks ever made, and MAN IN MOTION remains one of my all-time favorite songs. So, if you're in the mood for 80s nostalgia, this disc belongs in your collection!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Movie Nov. 7 2012
By Fiesty K - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Love these two movies from the 80's. brought back memories of what we looked like and how great music was then.
another classic 2 movie set! Feb. 11 2014
By Andrew Zoeller - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
i enjoyed both 80's movies!Rob Lowe...Andrew McCarthy..Demi Moore..Emilio Estevez..great casts in both!i recommend these movies to friends who like comedy and drama
Great deal, 3 movies in 1 Jan. 17 2014
By Pamela L. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This was a great deal, 3 movies in 1. Bought it for my teenage daughter, these are at least 3 movies every teenage girl should watch


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