"I may be crazy, but I'm not crazy enough to marry you twice!"
Francis Ford Coppola is mostly known for directing movies like The Godfather and Apocalypse Now, but in the 1980s, he spent a good amount of time making movies about the 1960s, such as 1983's The Outsiders and 1986's Peggy Sue Got Married.
Coppola's biggest box office success since Apocalypse Now, Peggy Sue Got Marries follows Kathleen Turner in an Academy Award–nominated performance as Peggy Sue Bodell, whose has just separated from her high school sweetheart-turned-husband Charlie (Nicolas Cage), a fact she is forced to relate while attending her 25th high school reunion with her daughter (Helen Hunt). After fainting during the reunion, Peggy Sue finds herself back in the 1960s, where she is given the opportunity to relive her senior year and see if she can change things with her husband-to-be. Jim Carrey (Mr. Popper's Penguins »
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