This movie was released in 1986 and stars Rob Lowe and Demi Moore. The two stars meet, fall in love, move in together, and don't know what to do with themselves after all these major life decisions. Because they have never experienced love or living with someone else, they don't make it and ultimately break up with one another. It does not help that their two best friends, Jim Belushi and Elizabeth Perkins are doing everything in their power to break them up as well.
As the tag line says "Making love was easy...being in love was difficult." They ultimately work through their problems and the movie ends with it looking like they are on their way getting back together.
This is a really enjoyable movie. The scenes of Chicago are great and the scenes involving Jim Belushi and Elizabeth Perkins almost steal the show.
The first clip show the lovers in the beginning of their relationship. They are dealing with friends and co-workers who are not liking being pushed aside for new love. The song playing is from the soundtrack and is called "So far, so good" and it is by Sheena Easton
The second clip is set to a song on the soundtrack "Living inside my heart" by Bob Seger. It contains some racy scenes so view at your own risk.
The last clip shows the couple headed down the road toward getting back together. The friends step side and let the two become a couple. The song that is hears as they are riding/jogging off together is called "If everyone had a heart" by John Waite and is found on the sound track.