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

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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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The Bee: [approaching a girl at the buffet] Hey, together we're the land of milk and honey.
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You Don't Know Me
Written by Temple Williams and Joey Slotnick
Performed by Diane Gordon, Daniel Silverman, and Julie Glaze
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Surprise Find
11 September 2004 | by (DC Area) – See all my reviews

I came across this one while channel-surfing and since it was just starting I left it on. I didn't expect much from it but have to admit I did find it engaging, maybe because I am a graduate of the class of '87 and I never attended my 10th reunion I am more susceptible to this films charms. While the movie covers all the bases by representing all personality types it was nice to see some of the characters weren't truly stereotypical. I also did find myself laughing out-loud at many of the mean-spiritedness of Lara Flynn Boyle's character....her performance alone was worth the watch.

Be on the lookout for cameos by Molly Ringwald as "Claire" (coincidence?) and Jennifer Grey (post nose-job) and a funny stint by Liev Schreiber.

Overall a pleaser in my humble opinion.


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