Here we have Valet Girls, a true party movie from the director of Screwballs. If I'm following this correctly, it's about these girls who work as valets and wind up invited to a big Hollywood coke party. When they get to the party, all dressed up for a night out, they meet the valet guys. Now you may think they'll hit it right off, but the valet guys are true losers who get fired from the party. Besides that, the girls are there to meet the big LA record producer. He's kinda difficult to reach, though, because he's so busy snorting powders and banging psycho girls that dress like Cleopatra or Madonna. After the guys get fired, they proceed to cause trouble at the party-at one point they're dressed up like one of those horses that are two people bent over.
The lead girls in this movie are totally empowered and don't need the help of the sleazy male patriarchy, they even get the wealthy, old wife of the rich party host to loosen up. This clip shows one of the titular characters performing what she hopes will be her big break-out hit- "The Reach!" I hope you like it, they play it twice in the movie.
This movie really has lots to offer in the way of outrageous 80s costumes. There's all kinds of post-disco lapels, day-glo bikinis and new-wave S&M gear mixed together at the same grotto. Keep an eye out for Ron Jeremy (don't worry, he's fully clothed) and Tony Cox (from Bad Santa).