Topher Grace Talks Favorite '80s Movies (VIDEO)

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In Topher Grace's upcoming awesomely' 80s film Take Me Home Tonight, he stars as a slacker who finds himself having one the craziest nights of his life -- all while trying to woo his dream girl.

To celebrate the film and all things '80s, Topher along with co-stars Anna Faris and Teresa Palmer (who also stars in the film I Am Number Four) make an appearance in the Atomic Tom's music video for a cover of  one of the decades most popular songs "Don't You Want Me" and take on some seriously iconic moment of film -- all from the 80s.

Celebuzz also asked Topher a few questions about his favorite '80s memories -- check out his answers (along with the video) after the jump!

Celebuzz: What is the best '80s movie? Topher Grace: I loved, and this movie was really influenced by the great John Hughes films of the '80s, The Breakfast Club, 16 Candles and especially Ferris Beuller’s Day Off.  I also really love Cameron Crowe’s work then – Say Anything, which he directed, and Fast Times at Ridgemont High, which he wrote. Also, we wanted to add in a dash of Less Than Zero to give the film more of a sense of realism.

CB: What was your favorite re-enactment that you did for the video and why? TG: I loved doing Ghost and Dirty Dancing with Anna [Faris] because I truly believe she is the most talented comedian working today, and she’s such a cool person to hang with.

CB: Favorite totally '80s TV show? TG: Maybe you can tell from my impression in the video but I was a big Family Ties fan.

Take Me Home Tonight comes out on March 4. Will you head to the multiplex to see it? Let us know in the comments!



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