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Heather Elizabeth Parkhurst,
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Do you think my boobs are getting bigger?
What do you mean?
Well I've tried positive thinking. Maybe I should send away for one of those bust developers.
Why don't you try a padded bra?
Oh, Monica! You know bras give me a rash!
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"Goin' All The Way" is a largely unknown film today and most of the people who worked on it (with the most notable exception being Eileen Davidson) never did much else in their cinematic careers. And yet it is a painless little film (the short running time helps) that is not nearly as bad as you might have expected. Of course the outcome is predictable right from the opening scene, and after a while the lack of any strong story becomes noticeable. However, the film benefits from the winning, natural performances of its cast - their characters may be stereotypes but they are played with enough sincerity to become likable (they do look a bit too old to be high school seniors, though). If you're looking for laughs, you're most likely to get them during the classroom scenes. **1/2 out of 4.
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