Take Me Home Tonight

Theatrical Release: March 4, 2011
Take Me Home Tonight


Follow an aimless college grad that pursues his dream girl at a wild Labor Day weekend party. He, his twin sister and their best friend struggle with their burgeoning adulthood over the course of the night.

Dove Review

The following are strong elements in this movie: it is raunchy, naughty and is basically a teen sex comedy. These are apt words and descriptions to give our Dove movie review readers the gist of what this movie is about. Hedonism. Oh, and an all-night party as a few characters at least contemplate their future, or, in this case, lack of one. At least that is one positive.

The humor is pretty much party humor and only adults who never grew up or teens who want to see the party scenes would be interested in this film. For us, it is definitely outside of our guidelines for wholesome family entertainment so, due to the strong sexual emphasis and comments, language, not to mention the drug and nudity category, we are unable to award our Dove Seal to this movie.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Explicit and raunchy sexual dialog; implied sex between a few unmarried couples; young man has sex briefly with older woman; oral sex is implied; sexual slang is used on several occasions.
Language: GD-6; G/OMG-11; J-2; Ch*ist-1; F-67; S-41; A-7; H-6; D-1; B-1; P*ick-1; Slang for male genitalia-4; Slang for female genitalia-1; Slang for breasts-1
Violence: A fight takes place at a dance; a character is hit twice in the crotch; two officers briefly rough up a character who stole a car; pranks and physical comedy.
Drugs: A lot of smoking of cigarettes in the movie; a character is caught with cocaine; drinking including wine.
Nudity: Breasts partially exposed; cleavage; shirtless men; girl wears bikini in tanning booth.
Other: Character flips the middle finger; a character's father is in jail; disrespect; bad attitudes; some gross humor.


Company: Rogue Pictures
Writer: Jackie Filgo & Jeff Filgo
Director: Michael Dowse
Producer: Sarah Bowen
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 98 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter