A teenage boy would like to meet with a very pretty, blonde girl who lives next door. His elder brother helps him with a car and a credit card to be successful. This simple story gets ...
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A teenage boy would like to meet with a very pretty, blonde girl who lives next door. His elder brother helps him with a car and a credit card to be successful. This simple story gets complicated because of the corpse in the trunk. From there, other nightmares begin . Written by
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Lew had two henchmen named Ben and Jerry who's first names are also similar to father and son comedians Jerry and Ben Stiller. Both the lead stars worked with the latter at some point in their careers. Ethan Hawke co-starred with and was directed by Ben Stiller in the film Reality Bites (1994) while Teri Polo worked him in the films Meet the Parents (2000), Meet the Fockers (2004) and Little Fockers (2010). See more »
When Tom McHugh puts the birthday button on the drapes, the lights in the room are off. In the next shot, when Liu's henchman falls from the building the lights in the room are on. See more »
Isn't that illegal?
Tom, never let the law stand in the way of a good time.
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Mystery Date doesn't offer a thrilling suspense, doesn't have an intricate plotline, and doesn't have mind-boggling special effects. It does, however, give an entertaining hour and a half.
This film may be able to be counted as the last eighties movie; the type where the hero is a jerky, awkward boy who does not realize the situation he is in. He does manage, however, to end up in the end with the girl of his dreams. If only one of the Cory's (Haim or Feldman) could have made a guest spot.
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