14 Going Steady is about the lives of three high school girls, Maita , Lualhati, and Bobby, played by 80's teen-age stars Janice De Belen,Gretchen Barretto and Nadia Montenegro, who are going through the difficult challenges of adolescence.
Maita, the only daughter of a wealthy couple, dreams to be the Editor- in-Chief of their school paper, and she will do whatever it takes to prove that there is more to her than just beauty and wealth. While Lualhati, who came from a poor family, struggles with peer pressure when she tries to fit in by hiding her real personality.And Bobby, who has always been a tomboy, learns the importance of being a graceful young lady when she discovered that she is going through puberty.
But in the end,the three different girls who came from different worlds who stood out from the rest by simply being themselves.Obviously,this movie has to end that way for plot requirements purposes.
The movie will be enjoyed by people who grew up in the 80's and fans of the lead stars during that decade.But overall,it is contrived,clichéd and predictable.Others could even treat this film as truly outdated in present standards of film making and story telling.
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