The issue of teenage date rape is seen through the eyes of a teenage girl and her older brother, and how it affects their relationships with the opposite sex.

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Michael Wells
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Megan Wells
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Doug Simpson
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The issue of teenage date rape is seen through the eyes of a teenage girl and her older brother, and how it affects their relationships with the opposite sex.

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18 October 1988 (USA)  »

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A Sex-Ed Teacher's Best Friend
22 March 2003 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Back in 7th grade I remember being forced to watch this movie by my sex ed teacher. She'd apparently taped the movie off some TV network (which was playing the movie during some spring break moviethon). Video quality was poor, but that didn't provide any sympathy to the viewers.

The people who cast this movie must've thought a series of 80s B-actors could save it, but, they didn't. Dana Barron (who was really funny in 'Vacation'), Bonnie Bedelia ('Die Hard'), Lori Loughlin ('Full House' series), and Chad Lowe (Rob Lowe's brother) couldn't help pull this movie above the horrible mush it is.

The actors are very monotone, the dialogue very unrealistic, and the director must be on a street corner begging for pennies right now. The plot was extremely complicated and unrealistic. Chad Lowe is brother to Dana Barron. Barron goes out with Chad's best friend. Chad's best friend tries to have sex with Barron. Barron doesn't. Chad is p***ed at Chad. And so on and so forth. The screenwriter of this must've been practicing up for a soap opera.

Avoid like the Plague... if you can even find this movie.

Rating: 2/10


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