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Weird Science (1985) Movie Information

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Weird Science (1985)
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Overall Rank:

2548

Avg. Rating:

2.74/4

# of Ratings:

209

Genres:

Comedy, Sci-Fi

Rating:

PG-13

Language:

English

Theater Date:

08/02/1985

Director:

John Hughes

Actors:

Anthony Michael Hall
Kelly LeBrock
Ilan Mitchell-Smith
Bill Paxton
Robert Downey, Jr.
Robert Rusler

 

 

 

 

Plot Outline:

A couple of high school nerds create the perfect girl by using their computers.

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Yojimbo 11/16/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Rating of
1.5/4 

This lame and politically dubious 80s nonsense has a certain kitsch appeal, mainly because of Bill Paxton's hilarious turn as the obnoxiously fascistic big brother.

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Snoogans 08/02/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Rating of
3/4 

Out of all the great John Hughes films, this is the one I hear the least talk about. It's just as funny and relatable as his other teen films, even if the plot is sci-fi heavy. I enjoyed it.

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sapien 03/25/2010 (1 of 2 found this helpful)

Rating of
2/4 

It's really not that great of a movie.

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CJP 09/28/2008 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Rating of
2/4 

Action: 1.5/3 + Comedy: 1.5/2 + Good vs Evil: 0.5/1 + Love/Sex: 1/1 + Plot: 0.5/1 + Special Effects: 0.5/1 + Music: 1/1 = 6.5/10 or 65%. The target here is 15 year old boys who feel geeks should get revenge on the cool kids and get the girl everybody wants. And why not? Bill Paxton is absolutely disgusting and spite worthy- so much so that he's hilarious. Anthony Michael Hall pulls off yet another allstar geek performance under Hughes' direction. Of course, the 23 year old super model doing whatever 15 year old boys want is slightly disturbing- but again this is a heaven meant for 15 year old boys so reality and consequences are for losers.

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Tia Maria 07/05/2008 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Rating of
1/4 

Weird Science is about two teenage boys (Anthony Michel Hall and Ilan Mitchell-Smith) who create the perfect woman using their computer Even this is Sci-Fi, which I normally HATE, it was actually pretty good. But, seeing as this was a John Hughes film, and it had Anthony Michael Hall in it, of course it was good!

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serioussir 05/08/2008 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Rating of
3/4 

I love Anthony Michael Hall. He always gives a funny, endearing performance and the geek. Classic 80s teen comedy -- goofy, silly, over-the-top.

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