Johnny Dangerously (1984)
An '80s movie doesn't have to be the funniest, the most dramatic, or the most action-packed film we've ever seen to be important. It doesn't even need to be popular.
Sometimes, a movie just needs to bring families together, give us a few chuckles, and bridge the gap between the young mind of a child and the memories of a parent.
"Johnny Dangerously" isn't Michael Keaton's best-known film. And it isn't the pinnacle of Amy Heckerling's skills as a director. But it's definitely worth watching.
In the edition, the Shat Crew discusses premarital sex, running gags, eyeliner, John Stamos versus Christian Slater, "Gung Ho" versus "Mr. Mom," and whether crime actually pays.
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