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The simple tale of a bartender who tossed bottles and landed a wife – which opened in theatres on July 29, 1988 – was largely filmed in Toronto.“Everybody was in awe of Tom Cruise because he was just ascending and he was definitely in control of the movie,” recalls Stuart Aikins, the movie’s Toronto casting director, from his home in B. With dreams of opening his own bar, Brian takes a job at a beach resort in Jamaica and falls for Jordan Mooney, a girl from a wealthy family (Elisabeth Shue). He recently said he’s not sure which actor broke the most bottles but recalled that Cruise was a quick learner because “he’s ambidextrous.”– At the 1989 Razzies – which “honour” the worst in cinema – won Worst Picture and Worst Screenplay. It included tracks by Ry Cooder, John Cougar Mellencamp, Starship and The Beach Boys. Cruise was Brian Flanagan, an American soldier returning to civilian life in New York City who meets a veteran bartender (Bryan Brown) and balances college studies and a job behind the bar. All of those issues are explored in that movie,” Donaldson said in an interview last year with by Cruise and Brown were choreographed by John Bandy.
in 1980 and became the first Canadian reggae band signed to a major record label.
The Juno-winning group performed all over the world and performed for former South African president Nelson Mandela at Toronto’s Sky Dome in 1998.– The Jamaican club scene was filmed inside The Dance Cave on the second level of Toronto’s iconic Bloor Street venue Lee’s Palace.– When he made became a short-lived TV series (made in Toronto) but Brown declined to reprise his role, which was taken over by fellow Aussie Cameron Daddo.– The New York City bar Cruise’s character walks into to apply for a bartending job was a TGI Friday’s at First Ave. The interior scenes, however, were shot on a soundstage in Toronto.– Cruise’s character Brian is twice shown in the elegant lobby of the apartment building in which Jordan’s wealthy father lives.
In reality, it’s the lobby of the Canada Life building on Toronto’s University Avenue.
There are, in fact, no residences there.– was made in a much more carefree time.
The movie opens with Cruise’s character Brian and his army buddies driving in a car without wearing seat belts.