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Since You've Been Gone (1998)

The story of a 10th anniversary High School reunion, told through the eyes of a doctor who was humiliated on graduation day by being badly beaten up by a fellow graduate.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Philip Rayburn Smith ...
Kevin MacEldowney
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Zane Levy
Joy Gregory ...
Mollie Rusk (as Joy E. Gregory)
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Electra Pollack
Heidi Stillman ...
Holly Petuto
Thom Cox ...
Clay Mellon
David Catlin ...
Duncan Sheperd
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Maria Goldstein
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Grace Williams
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Tom Hodges ...
Pat Prince
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Jordan Cardozo
David Downs ...
Front Desk Clerk
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Tiffany Winnie
Andrew White ...
Tyler Winnie
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The story of a 10th anniversary High School reunion, told through the eyes of a doctor who was humiliated on graduation day by being badly beaten up by a fellow graduate. Written by Alan Keith Carver <alanc@accessone.com>

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Comedy | Romance

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Rated R for language and a scene of sexuality | See all certifications »
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18 April 1998 (USA)  »

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Dogwater  »

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Brad Pitt was cast as Fred Linderhoff but scheduling conflicts with The Devil's Own (1997) forced him to drop out. See more »

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[Grace dials the phone number to the Winnie's babysitter]
Grace Williams: Hello, Amber? You're all alone Amber? I've got a ball-pean hammer in my hand, Amber. I'm gonna kill you. I'm gonna rip off your fucking head, and shit down your neck.
[hangs up]
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Do You Really Want To Hurt Me
Written by Roy Hay, Jon Moss, Michael Craig, and Boy George (as George O'Dowd)
Performed by Love Jones
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Very entertaining.
29 April 2003 | by (Chicagooooooo) – See all my reviews

Personally, I really liked this movie. A lot of people didn't though. But, you do need to have the right sense of humor in order to like some of the jokes in the movie. Some of the humor is very dry, but then there are some jokes that had me laughing out loud. It is an off-beat comedy and some people need to realize that.

The whole thing is just about a high school reunion all of the many mishaps. Kind of like CAN'T HARDLY WAIT only it's at a high school reunion. Just one big party movie.

The jokes were well crafted and Hollywood favorite David Schwimmer does a half way decent directing job. There were small sections of the movie that I didn't care too much for, but other than a flopping one or two scenes, I really found this film enjoyable.

There is a gigantic all-star cast, and the only reason why Philip Rayburn Smith (who is the main character) probably didn't recieve star billing is because he still isn't very well known. But, still the cast is all-star and the film is highly entertaining.

SINCE YOU'VE BEEN GONE: 5/5.


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