Jonathan plays a game called Gotcha in which he hunts and is hunted by other students with paint guns. After a big win, he goes off for a vacation in France where he meets the sexy Sasha who says she is only interested in him because he is a virgin. She takes him with her to East Germany where they are separated and he has to escape back to the west on his own, all the while being trailed by East German spies. He arrives home only to find the game is still going on, and a canister of film is in his backpack. Then Sasha re-appears. Written by
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Meet Jonathan. A college student who loves girls, games & gunplay. This year, on vacation in Paris, he's going to find out about all three. For real!
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Did You Know?
The film's score was composed by Bill Conti
, who had in recent times, about four years earlier, composed the music score for the James Bond movie For Your Eyes Only
(1981). That was the only Bond score Conti ever composed. Parts of his score for Gotcha!
(1985) evoke that Bond score making the music in the two movies unique companion pieces. See more
The tranquilizer used on the tiger in the classroom, Phencyclidine (PCP), brand name Sernyl was introduced as a human tranquilizer in 1953. but owing to adverse effects among human patients, it was withdrawn from the market in 1965 and relegated to a veterinary-only tranquilizer. However, PCP continued to cause unpredictable reactions among animal subjects. It also became popular among recreational drug users in the 1960s and 1970s as Angel Dust, and veterinarians found their offices and labs broken into by users looking for the drug. Thus, the use of PCP, or Sernyl, declined precipitously and generally was not used at all among vets by the mid-seventies. Therefore, a college veterinary program would not provide its instructors with PCP, a dangerous and disused tranquilizer, for its instructors. They certainly would not keep a dangerous drug in a classroom cabinet where Jonathan could steal it and shoot people with tranquilizer darts. PCP side effects include paranoia, dissociative delirium, hallucinations, and a myriad of unpleasant somatic symptoms. The physiological, chemical, and behavioral effects can be lethal in some cases. See more
All right, move those cars, this is the CIA.
You got no juice here, man.
Yeah, well this is Government juice, Pachuco.
Don't show me your badges, we don't know nothing about no stinking badges.
[the CIA men pull out their pistols
Look, we're not playing games here, greaseball!
Neither are we, Amigo.
[about 25 Gangbangers point various guns at the CIA men
Remember the Alamo?
Followed by Gotcha! The Sport!
Written by Peter Gill
, Holly Johnson
and Mark O'Toole
Performed by Frankie Goes to Hollywood
Produced by Trevor Horn
Courtesy of ZTT/Island Records, Inc. See more