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Ted V. Mikels
Sally Alice Gamble
Yet another low-budget teenage angst flick. Made in '82 and distributed on tape as _Doin' It_, and re-released by New Line with a '97 copyright. Dull, unbelievable characters. The fictional "Blossom College" isn't believable, either. The attempted comic relief of the pretentious film teacher with his conceptual art shorts isn't funny. Offensive racial stereotype of the black playboy roommate. Zero titillation value. See _Fast Times at Ridgemont High_ instead.
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