Risky Business

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  • ?Aic American comedy? (Stephen Schaefer, US Magazine) celebrates its enduring 25-years-young appeal. As a straight-arrow son (left home alone while his parents are away) who takes a walk on the wild side, Tom Cruise soared to stardom. Rebecca De Mornay makes a dynamic movie debut as a liberated call girl crossing his path. They and the pitch-perfect script and direction by Paul Brickman make Risky

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Studio: Warner Home Video Release Date: 09/16/2008 Run time: 99 minutesAmazon.com essential video
Little did Tom Cruise know that he would become a box-office superstar after he cranked up some Bob Seeger and played air guitar in his underwear. But there’s more to this 1983 hit than the arrival of a hot young star. Making a stylish debut, writer-director Paul Brickman crafted a subtle satire of crass materialism wrapped in an irresistible plot about a cr… More >>

Risky Business

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  1. This story contains two sexual intimacy and the story line has not much of a meaning but to say that a teenager having call girl in the house which they held parties so that he can earn some money. This in the end almost caused his house items to be gone but he managed to get it back by using his money that he earned while the parents is away. The call girl in fact has made his life more interesting while his parents is away. Recommended to those whom are interested in this genre of films/movie. Singapore videoshop is selling this title and bought a copy to view and above are my reviews of this film/DVD….hee…hee…

    Review by:

    (Dr)Ang Poon Kah

    PhD (Prof) in political science from Cambridge University and NUS.

    PhD (Prof) in Neuroscience from Cambridge University and NUS.

    PhD (Prof) in Technology from Cambridge University and NUS.

    PhD (Prof) in Security System from Cambridge University and NUS

    PhD (Prof) in Computer from Cambridge University and NUS.

    PhD (Prof) in film from Cambridge University and NUS.

    PhD (Prof) in Business from Cambridge University and NUS.

    PhD (Prof) in Electronics Engineering from Cambridge University and NUS.

    Bachelor degree in computer studies from Techco University

    Zakkers film director

    Rating: 3 / 5

  2. i wouldn’t watch this movie again if you paid me. i luv tom cruise, but geez this movie was horrible. i was falling asleep.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. not that exciting, nor does it come with some amazing twists. maybe it fits the taste of the early 80’s. the girl next door is more fun to watch, and damn, elisha cuthbert is hot.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  4. I sometimes think that I’m the only person in the world that hates this film, but I detest it thoroughly. I had no idea what I was in for when I saw it during its theatrical run. One of my main objections is that the film minimizes, if not glamorizes, the impacts of prostitution. Prostitution is a very ugly, exploitative scene in real life, not the lighthearted fun that the film portrays. Not the best moral message, to be sure.

    Aside from that, the other problem I have is with the characters. EVERYONE is a jerk in this movie. Nobody is appealing or likeable. Not even Cruise’s Joel, who I found to be as much of a self-centered @#$%&*/ as everyone else. Unfortunately, he followed up by playing the same kind of obnoxious characters (“Top Gun”, “Days of Thunder”). It took “Jerry Maguire” and “Rain Man” for me to gain any respect for him.

    Anyway, the combination of a creepy, amoral theme and obnoxious characters in what is supposed to be a comedy is a total turn-off. Keep the kids away!

    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. An amusing film
    but certainly not timeless,
    boils down to one scene.
    Rating: 3 / 5

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