I wanted it to be like a high quality, drive-in movie.
I think it is good escapist entertainment even though it's bad.
Things like that become a blur - shot at some soundstage, somewhere - that's as much as I can remember.
The hardest part was convincing people that I was serious. The people were like 'you want to do this again'?
You might like it as a joke or because you liked it then, but there isn't a whole new generation discovering Wham!.
By the time we got to MGM, and Lions Gate the movie was done there was nothing else to say. It was done. Just as at Universal, it was art by committee.
It'd be like what would happen if Hollywood took over porno: 'If we keep their clothes on and they didn't have sex, we'd be able to sell it to a lot more people'.
Those days if you drove cross country and you broke down on the side of the road, and the sign says 200 miles to the next gas station, you knew you were so screwed.
Probably the biggest thing that surprises people is that I am obsessed with hockey. I grew up in the Boston area so I am obsessed with hockey since I was a little kid.