This made so much sense at the beginning

Young Again

(other guy: You ever tipped a cow before?) No, I've never had one that gave me good service.

It just seems like a waste of time and energy. That's all.

It's my father's money; he robbed something.

Now if you will excuse me. I have some dancing to do.

I just wanna keep having fun.

Rad is good. I have some research to do.

You do the splits better than anyone I know.

[whoooa] I started off really liking this film, but once the weird dynamic of Keanu trying to hit on his older self’s old girlfriend who happens to be the mother of a hot girl in high school who he should be hitting on, the movie sort of took a turn for the worse. The last half of the movie redeems itself a bit, because it makes you ponder, “If you could go back and do it all over again with what you know now, would you be any better off?” It does have a lot of Keanu, and he is good in it, so for that, it gets a “whoooa”


[whooooa] Great vehicle for Keanu (unlike, for example, a Gremlin). Sure, some of the time he is pretending to be Robert Urich, but mostly that Keanu charm shines through. Further debunks and exploits the myth of cowtipping. First attempt by Keanu to get an older woman to go out with him by using an ice cream sundae as bait (“Tune in Tomorrow”). Although Robert Urich does get the girl, Keanu scores her for him (which is so completely weird). One of those “high concept” movies which sounds pretty silly on paper, then when made turns out to be pretty silly. Maybe we should all just “Shout” it out.



Jack GilfordThe Angel
Jessica SteenTracy Gordon
Lindsay WagnerLaura Gordon
Robert UrichMichael Riley (age 40)

You do the splits better than anyone I know. — young again