Jim is the dorky son of a local cement contractor who lives at home and has no direction. Josie is the gorgeous daughter of a wealthy businessman who dreams of leaving town. When Jim is locked inside a Target store on his first night as the overnight janitor, he discovers Josie, who fell asleep while contemplating shoplifting. Now locked in together, the pair learns they have a lot in common. Little do they know that two petty criminals are on the lam and looking for a place to hide.
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Did You Know?
One of the rare John Hughes Directed, Produced or Written films to be shot in Anamorphic 2:35.1 Aspect Ratio which was even rarer for a comedy during this period. The other film was "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" which he directed for the first time in the format after filming his other films "Sixteen Candles" (his directorial debut), "The Breakfast Club" and "Weird Science" in 1:85.1 which was more common for comedies. His later projects such as "101 Dalmatians", "Just Visiting" and "Drillbit Taylor" were later shot in this format albeit in regular Anamorphic 2:35.1 or Super 35. See more
Jim and Josie find time to remove their rollerskates and put their shoes back on before hiding in the dressing room, See more
You know, if my foot could talk...
...it would say, "May I please go up this geek's ass!"
Referenced in Cougar Town: You Tell Me
Tiny Little Heart Attack
Written by Sverre Wilk, Harald Wilk
Performed by Money Talks
Courtesy of Curb Records See more