I watched it. And it made me really miss the 80's again...because I loved seeing everyone all dressed up in the clubs. I loved the white short sleeved shirt that Patrick Swayze wears in that movie...he must have had more than one, cause he had it on when he got tossed through the window, and went to the emergency room- then I saw him later in the same shirt. I love where he has a layered look, of a white t-shirt, and then a light beige V neck shirt and then a tan blazer on...I thought he looked totally hot...the way he was dressed.
I liked seeing girls with those wrap around belts, that looked like 2 of them...I hated Kelly Lynch's clothes though...she wore a dressed that looked like a picnic tablecloth, and at the end she had pants on that were pleated/puckered around her stomach, and they weren't looking to good on her. I didn't like her hair in this movie either.
Sam Elliot looked like he needed a bath, and he seemed really skinny and kind of sickly in this movie....I always had thought he was good looking in Fatal Beauty and Mask, and then when I saw him in Roadhouse...it's like he got a little too in to character.
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Hey ISIS I went shopping last night and I could not believe the clothes that they are selling now, they are so 80s stuff. The colors, materials and styles. It must be coming back in full force.
That is one of the things I loved about Roadhouse, the fashion. Maybe because it was set in a small Missouri town near KC it made me feel closer to the film. I love the opening scenes when they first show Patrick Swayze. It makes me think of Urban Cowboy the first time that you see Bud without his beard in Gilly's. WHOA HOT!!
Great flick, makes me want to see it again. This is actually one that I do not have in my collection and need to get in there soon!
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