Laura's parents divorced when she was eight. Now, at thirteen, she lives with her mother, her stepfather, two stepbrothers, a stepsister, and a half-brother. She used to visit her father, stepmother (third stepmother) and half-sister, but now *another* divorce is in the works, so Laura visits her father and his pregnant girlfriend -- who's only six years older than she is. Who should she feel loyalty to? And is it any wonder she wants to run away from home? Written by
Susan C. Mitchell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
According to Wikipedia, Big Girls Don't Cry...They Get Even was a disappointment at the box office, grossing a scant $271,327, and the film disappeared from theaters four weeks in 1991 before its release in 1992. See more
As Laura is taking a picture of the Smith family (when she first meets them), she is holding the camera vertically in one shot, and then horizontally in the next. See more
[to the Courtney Love look-alike after she knocked her to the canvas for ripping up her diary
You're not so tough. Jerk!
References Mr. Wizard
Written by Mick Jagger
, and Keith Richards
Performed by Soup Dragons
Courtesy of Big Life/Polygram Records
Arranged by Sean Dickson
Produced by Sean Dickson
(uncredited) and George Shilling (uncredited) See more