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Catherine Mary Stewart,
Abby McWilliams and her brother Loren are particularly normal teenagers. Their parents Mac and Mary Beth are killed in an accident. It's decided that Abby and Loren live in Glenby, Florida with their Aunt Fay and Uncle Charlie who own a gas station and an amusement park. Loren and Abby don't have much trouble making friends at their new high school. Loren starts dating Karen, the local sheriff's daughter while Abby starts dating Mark. Loren feels uncomfortable when he sees a blond-haired guy harassing Abby in the lunchroom. Mark tells Loren and Abby that the blond-haired guy is Eddie Dutra, a teenage drug addict who is the leader of a gang of redneck thugs. Loren helps Abby keep Dutra at a distance. Dutra's retaliations keep getting more vicious until Dutra forces a showdown at the amusement park by kidnapping Abby. Written by
Corey Semple (AdamSandler's8SexyNights)
In the library scene Gideon asks Abby to the Drive in to see a movie called Saturday Night Girls and she turns him down saying she has seen it but there has never been a movie titled Saturday Night Girls. See more »
During the shower scene, Abby is wearing a vest to hide her nudity. See more »
You really can't expect too much from just looking at the movie's title, but this movie is seriously above par than others in the genre. James Spader's performance is a standout and he portrays a similar character in the picture he did right after this (PRETTY IN PINK). Eric Stoltz does a good job with his role as well. A fine effort from Cunningham, especially after that SPRING BREAK fiasco. Do not pass up.
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