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Uploaded on Jun 14, 2011

Gary (Anthony Michael Hall) and Wyatt (Ilan Mitchell-Smith) shower with their creation (Kelly LeBrock), who urges them to "loosen up."

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Movie Details: Weird Science (1985) - http://movieclips.com/GtETX-weird-sci...

Cast: Anthony Michael Hall, Ilan Mitchell-Smith, Kelly LeBrock

Director: John Hughes

Producer: Jane Vickerilla, Joel Silver

Screenwriter: John Hughes

Film Description: Weird Science is a 1985 American teen comedy film written and directed by John Hughes and starring Anthony Michael Hall, Kelly LeBrock, and Ilan Mitchell-Smith. The film's producer Joel Silver acquired film rights to the pre-Comics Code Authority 1950s EC Comics magazine of the same name, from which the plot is developed as an expansion and modernization of the basic premise in Al Feldstein's story "Made of the Future" in the fifth issue.[citation needed] The title song was written and performed by American New Wave band Oingo Boingo.

Plot: Gary Wallace (Anthony Michael Hall) and his best friend, Wyatt Donnelly (Ilan Mitchell-Smith), are 15-year-old nerds with low social standing at their Shermer, Illinois high school, who, in the opening scene, are pantsed by two bullies, Ian (Robert Downey, Jr.) and Max (Robert Rusler) in front of a gymnasium full of beautiful girls.
During a weekend at Wyatt's house in which his parents are out of town, the boys are inspired, by the film Frankenstein, to create a woman by feeding their desired statistics of beauty and great intelligence into Wyatt's computer and hacking into a government computer for more power, while connecting Wyatt's computer to a Barbie doll. After a lightning bolt during their experiment creates a violent explosion, a beautiful woman (Kelly LeBrock) appears before them who, in addition to being totally devoted to them, has a number of superhuman abilities, such as memory manipulation, molecular manipulation, and reality warping.
Despite her willingness to be everything Wyatt and Gary wanted, the boys are too intimidated to take advantage of the opportunities presented by her appearance, as when they keep their pants on while showering with her. Realizing that the boys need to lower some of their inhibitions, she transmogrifies their poorly-styled outfits into more flattering clothes before taking them out for a night on the town in a sports car that she conjures out of thin air. After the boys name her Lisa, she conjures fake identification for the boys, and takes them to a blues club. Although initially uncomfortable in these new surroundings, the trio eventually end up ingratiating themselves to the staff and some regulars, in part with the help of alcohol, staying until late at night.
As the trio head home, Lisa asks Wyatt what he will do about his older brother, Chet (Bill Paxton), a brash military school student who physically and emotionally abuses him, and extorts blackmail money as well, as he does when he brings the inebriated Gary home past his curfew. After putting Gary to bed, Wyatt shares a kiss with Lisa.
When Wyatt begs Lisa to stay out of sight so that Chet does not see her, she tells him that he cannot hide in fear from his own brother, but does as Wyatt asks. When Chet appears, he further harasses and extorts more money from Wyatt when he sees Wyatt wearing women's underpants.
At a shopping mall, Gary and Wyatt, feeling secure after their time with Lisa, are humiliated again by Ian and Max, who dump an Icees onto them in front of the whole mall, upsetting their own girlfriends, Deb (Suzanne Snyder) and Hilly (Judie Aronson). Ian and Max offer an insincere apology to their girlfriends, who relent because Ian and Max have high social standing at school, and do not wish to give up that privilege themselves. Ian and Max then spot Lisa on the escalator and abandon the girls to run after her. When they catch up with her, she invites them to a party at Wyatt's. Gary then pulls up in a Porsche 928 and the three leave together, in order to further lower Ian and Max's self-esteem.
The milquetoast Wyatt begs Lisa to cancel the party, but she refuses, pointing out that it will lead to the popularity that he and Gary wanted. She then picks up Gary at his house, but when Gary's parents, Al (Britt Leach) and Lucy (Barbara Lang), object to Gary going out with a woman Lisa's age, Lisa stands up to Gary's father, pointing a gun at him, and manipulates their memories so that Lucy forgets the incident, and Al forgets he has a son. In shock over this turn of events on the ride back to Wyatt's house, Lisa tries to lighten the moment by shooting Gary in the face with the gun, revealing it to be a water pistol.
Back at the house, the boys are skeptical that anyone will show up because they...

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