They’d call it “stalking” nowadays, but Jon Cryer seems pretty harmless as a young photographer who falls for older woman Demi Moore in No Small Affair (1984). She’s a 23-year-old tavern singer whose career is going nowhere. She doesn’t have much time for a teenage suitor, either. The lovestruck young photographer still decides to help her out and spends his entire fortune of $6,000 on an ad campaign to promote her pretty face. Anybody care to calculate how many hookers a horny kid could’ve bought for $6,000 back in 1984?