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Romy and Michele's High School Reunion -- Two carefree party girls try to reinvent themselves to impress their old classmates.  But a bitter former acquaintance blows their cover, which leads the girls to letting loose with a surprise of their own!
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Writers (WGA):
Robin Schiff (play)
Robin Schiff (screenplay)
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Release Date:
25 April 1997 (USA) See more »
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Two dense, inseparable friends hit the road for their 10-year high school reunion and concoct an elaborate lie about their lives in order to impress their classmates. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Mira Sorvino ... Romy White

Lisa Kudrow ... Michele Weinberger

Janeane Garofalo ... Heather Mooney

Alan Cumming ... Sandy Frink

Julia Campbell ... Christy Masters

Mia Cottet ... Cheryl

Kristin Bauer van Straten ... Kelly (as Kristin Bauer)

Elaine Hendrix ... Lisa Luder

Vincent Ventresca ... Billy Christianson

Camryn Manheim ... Toby Walters

Justin Theroux ... Cowboy

Jacob Vargas ... Ramon

Tami-Adrian George ... Receptionist at 'Singled Out'

Neil Dickson ... Boutique Manager

E.J. Callahan ... Mr. Lish
Kathy Long ... Kick Boxing Instructor
Betsy Folsom ... Spinning Instructor
Zack Phifer ... Head of Personnel

Ricky Paull Goldin ... Guy at Rehab Meeting
Robb Skyler ... Creepy Manager

Deezer D ... Service Guy
Kivi Rogers ... Service Guy
Brian McGregor ... Brat

Pat Crawford Brown ... Truck Stop Waitress
Victor Wilson ... Bartender Vic

Paul Keeley ... Suit Salesman

Amelinda Smith ... Reunion Guest
Keana Hall ... Reunion Guest
Alison Gale ... Reunion Guest

Anne Jensen ... Reunion Guest
Elizabeth Norment ... Irate Customer

Rick Pasqualone ... Mark

Tate Taylor ... Casey
Linda Clements ... Beverly Hills Lady
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jonathan Adler ... Reunion Guest (uncredited)

Taylor Brooks ... Boyfriend (uncredited)

Will Klipstine ... Loud Dancer (uncredited)
William R Phillips ... Man at Diner (uncredited)

Mary Ann Schmidt ... Beach Bunny (uncredited)

Tim Weber ... Fred Madison (uncredited)

Directed by
David Mirkin 
Writing credits
Robin Schiff (play "The Ladies Room")

Robin Schiff (screenplay)

Produced by
Barry Kemp .... executive producer
Laurence Mark .... producer
Richard Luke Rothschild .... co-producer
Robin Schiff .... executive producer
Original Music by
Steve Bartek 
James Newton Howard 
Cinematography by
Reynaldo Villalobos (director of photography)
Film Editing by
David Finfer 
Casting by
Marcia Ross 
Production Design by
Mayne Berke 
Set Decoration by
Jackie Carr 
Costume Design by
Mona May 
Makeup Department
Susan A. Cabral .... key makeup artist (as Susan Cabral)
Kevin Haney .... character makeup designer
Kevin Haney .... character makeup supervisor
Richard Marin .... hair stylist: Ms. Sorvino & Ms Kudrow
Christopher Shihar .... key hair stylist
Collier Strong .... makeup artist: Ms. Sorvino & Ms. Kudrow
Gary Archer .... dental prosthetics (uncredited)
Production Management
Heidi Arnold .... post-production supervisor
Richard Luke Rothschild .... unit production manager
Philip Steuer .... production supervisor
Alex Schwartz .... production executive: Walt Disney Motion Pictures Group (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Martha M. Elcan .... first assistant director (as Marty Elcan)
Basil Grillo .... dga trainee
Tony Schwartz .... second assistant director
Jennifer Wilkinson .... second second assistant director
Art Department
John Chichester .... assistant art director
Tim Donelan .... lead person (as Timothy Donelan)
Ray Maxwell .... construction coordinator
Jan O'Connell .... art department coordinator
Mark Schouten .... construction foreman
Michael P. Sweeney .... assistant property master
Amie McCarthy Winn .... property master (as Amie McCarthy)
Chris L. Winslow .... lead scenic artist
Janine Cavoto .... set dressing coordinator (uncredited)
Donald Goodman .... carpet (uncredited)
Donald Goodman .... draper (uncredited)
Scott W. Leslie .... set dresser (uncredited)
Lou Mouneu Sr. .... plasterer (uncredited)
Victor M. Shannon .... plasterer foreman (uncredited)
James R. Shumaker .... set dresser (uncredited)
Sound Department
John K. Adams .... foley editor (as John Adams)
Suzanne Angel .... adr supervisor
Oliver Barth .... dialogue editor
Bob Costanza .... sound effects editor (as Robert Costanza)
Andy D'Addario .... sound re-recording mixer
Dean Drabin .... adr mixer
Joy Ealy .... assistant sound editor
David C. Eichhorn .... supervising sound editor (as David Eichhorn)
Rich Green .... foley artist
Anton Holden .... dialogue editor
Ivan Johnson .... dubbing recordist
Doc Kane .... adr mixer
Jack Levy .... sound effects editor
Michael Lyle .... dialogue editor (as Michael O. Lyle)
Gary Macheel .... sound effects editor
Adriane Marfiak .... sound effects editor
Kevin Meltcher .... assistant sound editor
Peggy Names .... cable person
Julie Offer .... pdl
Richard D. Rogers .... sound re-recording mixer
David M. Ronne .... sound mixer (as David Ronne)
Joan Rowe .... foley artist
Sean Rowe .... foley artist
Earl Sampson .... boom operator
Mark Steele .... dialogue editor
Richard S. Steele .... sound effects editor
Tim Terusa .... dialogue editor (as Timothy P. Terusa)
Lou Thomas .... sound effects editor
Rusty Tinsley .... dialogue editor (as Rusty R. Tinsley)
Scott A. Tinsley .... dialogue editor (as Scot Tinsley)
Robert Webber .... sound effects editor
Scott Weber .... foley mixer
Daniel Colman .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Robert Fisher .... foley mixer (uncredited)
Allen Hurd .... sound recordist (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Larz Anderson .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Linda Cordella .... visual effects assistant (as Linda Cordello)
Mark Dornfeld .... optical supervisor
Mark Franco .... visual effects executive producer: The Post Group
Eric Pascarelli .... visual effects consultant
Marty Rosenstock .... visual effects editor
Thomas J. Smith .... visual effects editor (as Tom Smith)
Peter Sternlicht .... visual effects editor (as Robert Sternlight)
Chris Holmes .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Carl Ciarfalio .... stunt limo driver
Randy Fife .... stunt coordinator
Cliff McLaughlin .... stunt coordinator
Michelle Sebek .... stunts
Anita Hart .... stunts (uncredited)
Hugh Aodh O'Brien .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Norman Ash .... electrician
Mark Combs .... key grip
Skip Cook .... dolly grip
David Crone .... Steadicam operator
David Crone .... camera operator
Christian E. Dirkes .... grip
Jim Farrell .... animation camera operator
Mark Fellman .... still photographer
Kristin R. Glover .... camera operator: "b" camera
Willie J. Gray .... electrician
Irv Katz .... grip
Jamie Lagerhausen .... best boy grip
Colin Mayo .... electrician
David B. Nowell .... aerial director of photography
David Parker .... grip
John 'Fest' Sandau .... gaffer (as John Sandau)
Van Scarboro .... video assist operator
David Scott .... electrician (as David J. Scott)
John 'Skids' Skidmore .... electrician (as John Skidmore)
Annale Sloat .... assistant chief lighting technician
Robert J. Studenny .... grip (as Robert Studenny)
Stephen J. Ullman .... first assistant camera
Tony Villalobos .... second assistant camera
Jamie Young .... grip
Richard Brooks Burton .... aerial first assistant camera (uncredited)
James 'Spud' Danicic .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Kelly Diehl .... remote head technician (uncredited)
John Lazear .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Colin Mayo .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Peter Rand .... additional video assist operator (uncredited)
Cricket Sloat .... assistant chief lighting technician (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Vikki Barrett .... assistant costume designer (as Vikki Brinkkord)
Leslie Brown .... set costumer (as Leslie K. Brown)
Sybil Gray .... set costumer (as Sybil R. Gray)
Donna M. Marcione .... costume supervisor (as Donna Marcione)
Mira Zavidowsky .... costume supervisor
John Patrick Doyle .... costumer (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Linda DeMarco .... color timer (as Linda De Marco)
Avis Hope .... second assistant editor (as Avis Hope Eckelberry)
Ariel Nachmann .... first assistant film editor
Kevin D. Ross .... first assistant editor
Scott Wesley Ross .... post-production assistant
Location Management
Deborah J. Page .... assistant location coordinator
David Pressman .... location coordinator (as David K. Pressman)
Gary DeGalla .... location manager (uncredited)
Jennifer Dunne .... assistant location manager (uncredited)
Michael Sandknop .... assistant location manager (uncredited)
Music Department
Zachary Cahn .... assistant music editor (as Zac Cahn)
Dan DiPrima .... additional music editor (as Dan Diprima)
Nora Felder .... music consultant
Robert Fernandez .... score mixer
Robert Fernandez .... score recordist
Dominic Fidelibus .... music preparation
Alan Meyerson .... score mixer
Alan Meyerson .... score recordist
Kathy Nelson .... executive in charge of music: The Walt Disney motion pictures group
Angie Rubin .... supervising music editor
Marie Snyder .... music consultant
Patti Zimmitti .... orchestra contractor
Tom Boyd .... oboe soloist (uncredited)
Michael Fey .... music executive (uncredited)
Matt Walker .... music executive (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Howard Bachrach .... transportation captain
Steve Duncan .... transportation coordinator (as Steven S. Duncan)
Kevin C. Scott .... transportation captain (as Kevin Scott)
Gregg Wallace .... transportation captain
Chris Haynes .... driver (uncredited)
Other crew
Guy Adan .... unit publicist
Newell Alexander .... adr loop group
Petra Alexandria .... assistant: Mr. Mark
Rick Baca .... paymaster
Kirk Baily .... adr loop group
Karen Baker .... production office assistant
Karen A. Baker .... production office assistant (as Karen Baker)
Peter Barnett .... second assistant accountant
Suzo Barzman .... assistant: Ms. Sorvino
Jill Bowles .... assistant: Mr. Kemp
Susan Bradley .... title designer
Kristen Brickner .... production assistant
Mitch Carter .... adr loop group
Richard E. Chapla Jr. .... assistant production coordinator
Robert Clotworthy .... adr loop group
Colleen Cole .... production coordinator
Jennifer Corey .... assistant: Mr. Rothschild
David Cowgill .... adr loop group
David Crvelin .... graphics coordinator
Ike Eisenmann .... adr loop group
Peter Evangelatos .... craft service
Charles W. Francis .... first assistant accountant (as Charles Francis)
Elisa Gabrielli .... adr loop group (as Elisa Pensler Gabrielli)
Kirk Geiger .... adr loop group
Jackie Gonneau .... adr loop group
Javier Grajeda .... adr loop group
Jeff Gross .... production assistant
Kelly Helstrom .... assistant: Mr. Mirkin
Nancy Karlin .... script supervisor
Krishna Levitt .... production office assistant (as Krishna J. Levitt)
Byron Macdonald .... production accountant
Christina MacGregor .... adr loop group (as Christina McGregor)
Eric Mansur .... assistant: Mr. Mark
Edie Mirman .... adr loop group
Scott Oberholtzer .... production assistant
Gracie Poletti .... adr loop group (as Gracie Moore)
Alan D. Purwin .... helicopter pilot
Philece Sampler .... adr loop group
Peter Schultz .... production assistant
Aryana Shayne .... adr loop group
Russell Sherman .... assistant: Ms. Schiff
Virginia Siman .... first aid (as Virginia M. Siman)
Garn Stephens .... adr loop group
Tricia Todd .... assistant: Ms. Kudrow
Chad Woelki .... production assistant
Smith Wordes .... choreographer
Robert 'Bobby Z' Zajonc .... aerial coordinator
Laurie Morgenthal .... power pod technician (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Rated R for language
92 min
Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

In the trailer, Heather Mooney says she would rather put her cigarette out in her right eye, but in the film, she says she would rather put it out in her ass.See more »
Continuity: When Michele is in the car drinking her Diet Coke, lipstick appears and disappears from the straw and at one point the cup disappears and is replaced by a bag of Cool Ranch Doritos.See more »
Michele:[after Romy takes a half-eaten Dorito from her and puts it back in the bag] Like that one chip is gonna make a difference... wasn't even a whole chip.See more »
Movie Connections:
References Pretty Woman (1990)See more »
Don't Get Me WrongSee more »


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10 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
"Have a Romy and Michelle Day!", 18 September 2001
Author: Vasco Cid from Lisbon, Portugal

-The Best: Lisa Kudrow, Mira Sorvino, Janeane Garofalo, the most talented writer who provided us one of the most pleasant comedy movies to sit along for 1 hour and half. -The Worst: The runtime which is very small and the irritating Julia Campbell. The Rating- 7/10

Romy and Michelle are two best friend's who have been together for a very long time and never separated one from each other. One day, pulling out the year book, they remember how amazing and fun were the old times at high school. Discovering the existence of a ten year anniversary from their twelfth grade they, very enthusiastically prepare everything to go, when all of the sudden, they realize that normally on this kinds of parties everyone would proudly tell how successful their lives are currently even if they have to lie! The reality bumps into their minds: they are not successful, they don't have a wealthy life, and while one is cashier, the other is unemployed…. Now, they start racing against time to find boyfriend's to each other, and most desperately try to find a decent job. Two weeks have passed and the reunion is one day away, they didn't get any of the two things the two proposed, and while heading to the party Romy gets the idea of saying that they invented post-its!

From this point on the movie starts gathering all the characters of the movie for the big party. What results from this movie, fulfils all the viewers expectations, and in addition, does what a good comedy should: entertain, smile, and makes us laugh until our stomach hurts! This movie is to be seen until its very small detail which leads us to even more laughs. Almost all the cast is hilarious and there's also place for the ‘villains' starring the most annoying of all Julia Campbell as Christie Masters, well I know that's her role and she needs to look mean and, all, but let's face it she is really annoying to the part.

Get yourselves all together to this big party called ‘ Romy and Michele's High School Reunion', seat back, enjoy and have fun, recalling all the greatest hits from the 80's which are a remarkable point to the very century's history and to the movie as well, no one will even forget the greatest leaving of Romy and Michelle via Helicopter with one of the greatest 80's songs behind….

See it, it's absolutely worth watching…… 7/10

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