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Filmed in 1990, but wasn't released until four years later due to Orion Pictures' bankruptcy. See more »
At one point the narrator in talking about the Watts Riot speaks of the assassination of President Kennedy happening the year before. The Watts riots happened in August 1965 and the JFK assassination happened in November 1963, which would place it almost two years earlier, not one as stated. See more »
Be True to Your School
Written by Mike Love (uncredited) and Brian Wilson
Performed by The Beach Boys
Published by Irving Music, Inc. (BMI)
Courtesy of Capitol Records
By Arrangement with CEMA Special Markets See more »
I saw this back in '94 when it was finally released. Apparently because Orion pictures was in bankruptcy, I think, the movie had not been released a couple of years earlier.
I have problem remembering details partly because I haven't seen it in a long time, but I do remember it as a very dull movie. I kept debating whether to walk out of it. The store was not at all interesting or engaging. Was a 3rd rate America Graffiti imitation.
None of the performances make it worth watching either. One of the biggest disappointments since a local newspaper reviewer gave it a high rating.
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