The Watching Hour: Perfect

The Watching Hour: Perfect

USA, 1985, 115 Minute Running Time
Genre/Subjects: Comedy, Cult, Romance, Sports
Language: English

Special Aerobics party before each showing! Pull out those legwarmers, sweatbands because it's going to get leo-tarded! FREE Basil Docs pizza! Hip thrusting contest! Feel the burn!!
35mm presentation - Perfect is pure 1980s fluff, complete with a swingin' John Travolta (mousse-filled hair and all) as Adam, a magazine journalist looking to expose the fitness and aerobic-class craze as nothing but a replacement for the 1970s polyester-filled singles bar faze. Enter sensuous and feisty fitness instructor Jessie (Jamie Lee Curtis), who brushes off Travolta at first but steals his heart nonetheless.

DIRECTOR: James Bridges
Principal Cast: John Travolta, Jamie Lee Curtis, Stefan Gierasch, Jann Wenner, Anne De Salvo, Laraine Newman, Marilu Henner
US Distributor: Columbia Pictures

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