Sarah and Stephen talk big hair and boobs with their Straight Talk (1992) VHS Movie Review.

Quick Facts
Directed by Barnet Kellman
Produced by Carol Baum, Howard Rosenman, Fred Berner, and Robert Chartoff
Written by Craig Bolotin

Dolly Parton
James Woods
Griffin Dunne
Michael Madsen

Production company: Hollywood Pictures
Distributed by Buena Vista Pictures
Release date: April 3, 1992 (United States)
Running time: 91 minutes
Box office: $21 million

VHS Box Description
"Thumbs Up!" -Gene Siskel, Siskel & Ebert
"Irresistible!" - New York Times
"Dolly Parton is very winning!" -CBS This Morning!

When Shirlee enters the wrong door at the right time, she turns Chicago's hottest radio station upside down!

When down-on-her-luck country girl Shirlee Kenyon (Dolly Parton—Steel Magnolias) walks through the wrong door at the right time, she accidentally becomes Chicago's newest talk-radio celebrity and turns the Windy City's hottest radio station upside down! With her homespun wit and down-home advice, Shirlee immediately wins listeners' hearts—but causes hilarious confusion for her ratings-conscious boss (Griffen Dunne—My Girl) and comical havoc for the investigative reporter (James Woods—The Hard Way) trying to uncover her mysterious past! If you're looking for no-nonsense advice on what hit movie offers you pure entertainment—you'll love every comical minute of Straight Talk!

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