Rock star Jaime Roberts (Rick Springfield) is living the highlife and is used to having his way with women. He meets child psychologist Diana Lawson, who only has ears for the classics, and has never heard of him. Complications arise when his crazy ex-girlfriend Nicky Nides remains a member of his band, and isn't ready to give up easily. Love is hard to find when the whole world is watching. Great soundtrack by Rick Springfield as well as Peter Gabriel, Graham Parker and Nona Hendryx.Written by
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He's a rock star on a roll. She's more into traditional music. He wants the spotlight. She wants the quiet life. He lives for freedom and excitement. She wants a commitment. They're as different as two people could be . . . and as much in love. See more »
This movie wasn't the worst movie made. Don't go to see it if you want to have deep thoughts! We are NOT talking Masterpiece Theatre! If you are a Rick Springfield fan (and there are a lot of us!) you will love this. Rick Springfield is NOT the worst actor around. It has a good story and GREAT music! It is a good love story. What normal woman doesn't fantasize about a famous, gorgeous, and nice man sweeping her off her feet?!?! Perfect 80s fun! Patti Hansen (Keith Richards' woman) is nutty and beyond, but it worked for her character. The most important reason to see it? A scene involving Rick Springfield that MAY or MAY NOT stay on! Bottom Line -- this movie is the perfect thing to watch when you want to have a bit of fantasy and not get hit over the head with how artistic or political it is.
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