Directed by Gabrielle Beaumont
Music by Roger Webb
Initial release 1987
Music director Roger Webb
Starring T. K. Carter
Release date 1987 (1987)
Director Gabrielle Beaumont
Cinematography Peter Lyons Collister
|Produced by Lawrence MortorffAngela P. Schapiro|
Written by Taylor AmesPeter BergmanCharles F. BohlMyrica TaylorTerence H. Winkless
Cast David Hallyday, Jennifer Tilly, T K Carter, Warwick Sims, Bibi Besch
Similar Competition movies, Comedies
He's My Girl is a 1987 American comedy film directed by Gabrielle Beaumont and starring T. K. Carter.
Bryan (David Hallyday) is a singer and his best friend Reggie (T.K. Carter) is his manager. They both reside in Missouri. In order to help advance his music career Reggie enters Bryan into a competition to win a trip to L.A. Bryan wins but he has to bring a girl with him. In order to go, Reggie poses as a girl.
When the couple arrive in L.A, Bryan falls for Lisa (Jennifer Tilly), while Reggie falls for Tasha (Misha McK). They both find themselves pursuing their love while having to maintain their cover. Things hilariously go wrong and they have to clear up the mess that ensues.
Rita Kempley of Washington Post says, "The gender-bender "He's My Girl" is all cross-dressed up with nowhere to go. It's a farce so stale the only thing to do is make croutons."
Janet Maslin of New York Times wrote "He's My Girl is at least made relatively painless by Mr. Carter, who is happily overconfident and even convincing in his role. Beyond that, the film has little to recommend it."