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      He's My Girl

      PG-13 1987 1 hr. 41 min. Comedy List
      Reviews 63% 500+ Ratings Audience Score Struggling musician Bryan (David Hallyday) just won a contest to travel to Los Angeles and meet rock superstar Simon Sledge (Warwick Sims). It's the chance of a lifetime for Bryan, who had hoped to bring his friend and manager Reggie (T.K. Carter) with him, to help drum up some interest in Bryan's career. Unfortunately, there's a stipulation: The trip is for a couple, and Bryan's plus-one must be female, so Reggie agrees to pretend to be a woman. Read More Read Less

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      Audience Member Gender-bending cult classic featuring T.K. Carter. The whole film is wrong, which makes it a must-see. Even as a kid I (cocks head like a confused dog) Okay? Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/17/23 Full Review Audience Member Single musician wins contest to L.A. but must be accompanied by a female companion, so his best friend and manager Reggie decides to dress in drag to help his friend. The rest of the comedy is spent trying to fool everyone and the cliches of drag comedy ensue. It's a fun, idiotic 80s comedy. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 02/12/23 Full Review Audience Member Lame cross dressing "comedy" about a rocker winning a trip to LA and wants to take his friend, but he can only bring his girlfriend, so, of course, his buddy, T.K. Carter (Nauls from "The Thing"), dresses up as a woman so he can go. It's only worth watching for ridiculous 1980s hair, clothing, music and 1980s Jennifer Tilly. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 01/31/23 Full Review Audience Member Mildly amusing story. A long drawn out "comedy" about two musicians and one who needs to win a contest. To be in the talent contest, one of the friends has to be a girl and so he dresses and acts like one. This film has its amusing moments, but too far and in between to make this worthwhile. I could count the times I even smiled in this lame comedy. Cast T. K. Carter David Hallyday Misch McK Warwick Sims Jenifer Tilly Crew Director: Gabrielle Beaumont Screenplay: Charles F. Bohl Story by: Peter Bergman Screenplay: Taylor Ames Story by: Taylor Ames Composer: Kim Bullard Art Director: Cynthia Kay Charette Production Designer: Cynthia Kay Charette Cinematographer: Peter Lyons Collister Costume Designer: Patricia Field Set Decorator : Gary D. Randall Producer: Angela P. Schapiro Executive Producer: Ben Scotti Executive Producer: Fred Scotti Executive Producer: Tony Scotti Producer: Lawrence Taylor-Mortoff Story by: Terence H. Winkless Editor: Roy Watts Composer: Roger Webb Rated 3 out of 5 stars 01/19/23 Full Review Audience Member He's My Guy (2-1/2 stars out of 5) This is another 80's mistaken identity comedy. It stars T.K. Carter (Punky Brewster's teacher) as a guy who pretends to be a woman to win a contest to L.A. with his hot best friend Brian who's a musician hoping to make it big. Jennifer Tilly does her thing as the girlfriend who has no idea Brian is dating Regina who is really Reggie who is dating Tasha who thinks Regina is dating Reggie not Brian. Lost yet? Good. Harmless fun. Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 02/08/23 Full Review Audience Member Pretty bad 1980's comedy. The score is particularly bad and the acting isn't very good at all. The story is dumb and the direction is awful. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 01/30/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Caffeinated Clint Moviehole A mish-mash of hairy humour and hot tunes Rated: 3/5 May 4, 2005 Full Review Michelle Alexandria Eclipse Magazine Rated: 1/5 Nov 20, 2003 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Synopsis Struggling musician Bryan (David Hallyday) just won a contest to travel to Los Angeles and meet rock superstar Simon Sledge (Warwick Sims). It's the chance of a lifetime for Bryan, who had hoped to bring his friend and manager Reggie (T.K. Carter) with him, to help drum up some interest in Bryan's career. Unfortunately, there's a stipulation: The trip is for a couple, and Bryan's plus-one must be female, so Reggie agrees to pretend to be a woman.
      Director
      Gabrielle Beaumont
      Executive Producer
      Tony Scotti, Fred Scotti
      Screenwriter
      Charles F. Bohl
      Rating
      PG-13
      Genre
      Comedy
      Original Language
      English
      Box Office (Gross USA)
      $284.0K
      Sound Mix
      Surround