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 <email@example.com>
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
On the DVD release, on the outside jacket's plot synopsis, the studio mistakenly uses the lead actress' real name - Hillary - to describe her in the fictional story line. Hillary Wolf's character's name was Laura. See more
I think we know who is responsible for this!
Me? You gotta be kidding! If I count to ten, will you disappear?
You watch your mouth, young lady, or no Hawaii.
Gee, then I'd better not say what a complete dickhead you're being!
References The Brady Bunch
Everybody Gets A Second Chance
Written by Mike Rutherford
and B.A. Robertson
Performed by Mike + The Mechanics
(as Mike and The Mechanics)
Courtesy of Atlantic Records See more