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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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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 ...
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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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Zane Levy: You know, you really should stop mixing vodka with your antidpresseants.
Clay Mellon: Yeah, tell me something I don't know.
Zane Levy: So what's the story with your family? Father still hitting your mother?
Clay Mellon: Yeah, big show at the Labor Day barbecue last week. We all have our relatives over, right? And my Ma, she's been drinking since like... 8:00 a.m. or so. During dinner my Dad, who has been drinking since like 10:00 a.m., says to Ma, "pass the yams", and out of fuckin' nowhere, my Ma says "you want yams? I'll give ...
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Save a Prayer
Written by Duran Duran
Performed by Love Jones
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Inspired Me to Go to My High School Reunion
6 October 1998 | by (Ithaca, New York) – See all my reviews

This movie is so funny that it inspired me to attend my high-school reunion.

The movie's high school reunion takes place in Chicago with the requisite high school stereotypes in attendance. Although the characters are typical, their dialogue is not. I ended up balling in laughter at the originality of the well-delivered lines.

Check out Lara Flynn Boyle who plays the class psychotic. In one scene, an overbearing, married couple can't stop boring the dinner table with stories about the joys(!) of parenting. The Boyle character slinks away to the hotel lobby, calls their house, and threatens to kill their babysitter. When she returns to the dinner table, the married couple is receiving a cell-phone call from the terrified babysitter. Unfortunately for all, they have to run home to save their babies in the suburbs.

P.S. Don't let the director, David Schwimmer of "Friends," scare you away from this gem. This is one film he got right.


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