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Due East (2002)

PG-13 | | Drama | TV Movie 12 May 2002
The movie spotlights an intelligent high school senior and National Merit Scholar (Bryant) who has never been part of the "in crowd." She teaches a high school equivalency night class, ... See full summary »

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Jesse Rapple
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Becky Purdue
Clara Bryant ...
Mary Faith Rapple
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Jack Purdue Sr.
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Nell Dugan
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Lizann Gold
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Mr. Anderson
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Stephen Dugan
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Michael Yaeger
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Stacy
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Buddy Miles
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Sissy Purdue
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Mrs. Pevely
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Mr. Yaeger
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The movie spotlights an intelligent high school senior and National Merit Scholar (Bryant) who has never been part of the "in crowd." She teaches a high school equivalency night class, tends to the needs of her widower father, Jesse (Forster), and pretty much stays to herself. But when she meets a loner who recently moved to the town of Due East, she feels a sense of belonging for the first time in her life. Written by Anonymous

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Rated PG-13 for mature thematic elements, sensuality and some language | See all certifications »
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12 May 2002 (USA)  »

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27 November 2004 | by (US) – See all my reviews

I'm not really sure where I sit on this one. On one hand, some of the plot was very original. I've never seen a film where the teenage girl got pregnant by a guy who wasn't an asshole. He seemed decent.

It wasn't very well developed though, the story really should have focused more on her relationship with the father of her baby. Instead it kind of trailed off on a little thing about HER dad. That actor sucked by the way. His little "you're pregnant?!" thing was really acted out poorly. He gets an F for his performance.

As a female, I'd have to say it still has me mostly won over...come on, it's starts with them in the bathtub! I'm a girl. Give me a break. I liked it.


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