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) who plays a goofy, insecure maneater, Eric Stoltz (Caprica, Pulp Fiction, The Prophecy) in the oddest role he's ever played: an obnoxious mime who won't shut up, and of course the show-stealer Matt Dillon as the not-so-bright artist/rockstar whose magnum opus is a song called "Touch Me, I'm Dick".
They bend down to clean it up and end up sitting on the floor.
Here, folks, in 1992 I believe we have the last (and possibly best) of the great 80s growing-up films.
If you've seen the others I mentioned, don't consider your life complete until you see "Singles".
All of these films are characterized by witty, tongue-in-cheek dialogue (satirical but not sarcastic) and surreal, music-video-like gags such as, I dunno, a pigburger patty grabbing a guitar and rocking out to Van Halen's "Everybody Wants Some".
When the 80s ended, apparently so did their unique and idiosyncratic brand of humour.
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Even with Crowe's 1989 "Say Anything", focusing on high school graduation, Crowe was the most mature of the bunch yet every bit as quirky and hilarious.