A carefree college student has his life turned upside down when his out-of-wedlock baby is suddenly left on his doorstep. He suddenly finds that he can no longer cope with being in school ...
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A girl finds herself shamed in her small rural town after being raped by a football player. Her boyfriend, her mother and her lawyer all try their best to protect her, but will the local high school put a stop to the harassment?
Brian Austin Green,
Kelly keeps getting into trouble with the police. Her mother agrees to her going into a juvenile detention centre overnight. She is kept there for much longer. During her incarceration she is assaulted by inmates and abused by the system.
Two childhood friends grow up. One has a family and the other has a career. One relationship may make or break a family. Paul, the teenage son, must decide what he wants for his future. ... See full summary »
Brian Austin Green,
Harley Jane Kozak
The estranged daughter of a small town minister is forced to return to the strict, religious home of her youth where she must confront the troubled relationships that caused her to leave four years before.
A carefree college student has his life turned upside down when his out-of-wedlock baby is suddenly left on his doorstep. He suddenly finds that he can no longer cope with being in school and performing in a rock band and has to face decisions on how to care for the infant. Written by
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This is the second movie featuring Isabella Hofmann as the mother of Brian Austin Green's on screen love interest. The first was She Fought Alone with Tiffany Thiessen. (JV) See more »
[Melanie comes to Jason's door with a baby carriage]
Here's you're son.
What're- What're- talking about?
[he tries to close the door]
His name is Sean.
What are you doing? Have you lost your mind or something?
I was going to leave him out here on the front pouch. Then I'd kept on thinking, he'd wake up and no one would be there for him. He'd be so scared. Tell him that I love him.
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If you are home on a weekend, very bored and lack the will to move, with absolutely nothing better to do with your life for the next couple of hours you could enjoy making fun of this movie. The acting and script and general movie making of this film isn't actually all that bad, which is why it makes it possible to actually sit through this. This is defitnly a movie they would show in high school health class to teach the dangers of pre-marital sex. Or they could also show it to teach the dangers of very lame music - that 'rock' band Brian Austin Green is in is really terrible, I think thats a much greater threat to society than unwed parents.
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