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>
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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
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 Elephant Man
The Brady Bunch Theme
Written by Frank De Vol
and Sherwood Schwartz
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