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About a guy whose life didn't quite turn out how he wanted it to and wishes he could go back to high school and change it. He wakes up one day and is seventeen again and gets the chance to rewrite his life.
Daphne, a seventeen-year-old girl from New York goes to England in search of her father, who does not know he had a child with an American girlfriend he met while working in Morocco, and whose aristocratic family did not approve of the woman. Written by
When Daphne is introduced at her first function, the introducer is wearing 4 miniature medals. Two WW2 stars and two WW2 medals. His medals are mounted incorrectly. His Defence Medal and his 39-45 Medal are the wrong way round. See more »
So are you and Daphne...
Yeah, we're eloping. I know it's rather sudden but after last night, there was no going back.
You are joking aren't you?
Yes, of course.
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Get a Move On
Written by Mr. Scruff (as Michael Andrew Carthy), Moondog (as Louis Hardin), and John Henry
Performed by Mr. Scruff
Courtesy of Ninja Tune
Contains samples from "Hypin' Woman Blues"
Performed by T-Bone Walker
Courtesy of Capitol Records
Under license from EMI Film and TV Music and "Lament I, 'Birds Lament"
Performed by Moondog
Courtesy of Sony Classical
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Okay, I love this movie. It's sweet, it's simple, it's cute, and fun. It's clever and well put together. The scenery is great (what's not to love about London)? And Firth and Bynes were adorable. Colin Firth is great no matter what movie he's in, but Amanda Bynes (I've been a fan of hers since she was on Nickelodeon) was fun to watch and a perfect fit for the role of fun-loving Daphne. The rest of the cast was good as well, I loved the jokes that were thrown in and the silly/cute subplots going on (Peach and Pear). I appreciated that this movie didn't take itself too seriously, yet was certainly not all fluff or nonsense, either. I loved how this movie primarily dealt with a father-daughter relationship (so refreshing from other so-called teen movies that often only deal with a teenage romance) and I also loved how the main character, Daphne, was not angry or angsty, she was refreshingly fun and optimistic. Overall this is a good, clean fun movie that can be appreciated by all ages and audiences.
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