Weird Science is directed and written by John Hughes, and it stars Anthony Michael Hall and IIan Mitchell-Smith in a science fiction teen comedy about 2 nerdy guys that don't know how to get a girl, so they create a girl from the computer, managed to do so, and she helps them out with their girl problem. After watching London Has Fallen, I honestly wanted to watch something better than that movie, so since I have Weird Science on my list on DirecTV, I guess I felt the need to watch another John Hughes film, and I had a much better time with this than London Has Fallen. Anthony Michael Hall and IIan Mitchell-Smith have great chemistry together as great friends, and they get great laughs together. Kelly Le Brock is really good in this, she has the charm factor, and is really funny too. It's always unexpected to see Bill Paxton in this, and it's always a delight to see his character act like a soldier, be mean to his brother, and have that weird laugh that is very funny. The movie is goofy, no doubt about it, but it doesn't overblown it to the point of being awkward to watch, it knew to have the right amount of goofiness to it, which is thanks to John Hughes's script and direction. Even as weird as this film is, John Hughes still knows how to write relative characters that make us think that we are like those characters a bit. Weird Science isn't quite there to his greats like The Breakfast Club, Planes, Trains, and Automobiles, or other movies like that, but if I wanna see a very goofy movie with a lot of enjoyment value, Weird Science would be the perfect film for me as there's really nothing in it that was honestly bad.