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Jack & Diane (2012)

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Diane's feelings for Jack -- the girl she met over the summer -- begin to manifest themselves in terrifying ways when she learns that her friend will soon be moving away.

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Diane / Karen
Jackson Ning ...
Bus Driver
Samantha Ives ...
Business Lady (as Samantha Anderson Ives)
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Pedestrian
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Jaimie
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Thysson George Williams ...
Club Smoker
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Jerry
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Aunt Linda
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Jack's Mom
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Tara
Zohren Weiss ...
Punk Kid
Hayley Hunt ...
Punk Kid's Girl
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Tom
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Jack and Diane, two teenage girls, meet in New York City and spend the night kissing ferociously. Diane's charming innocence quickly begins to open Jack's tough skinned heart. But, when Jack discovers that Diane is leaving the country in a week she tries to push her away. Diane must struggle to keep their love alive while hiding the secret that her newly awakened sexual desire is giving her werewolf-like visions. Written by filmsalt.com

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Love is a monster.

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Drama | Horror | Romance

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Rated R for strong sexual content including nudity and an assault, bloody violence, language and drinking - all involving teens | See all certifications »

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Opening Weekend:

$294 (USA) (4 November 2012)

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$1,041 (USA) (11 November 2012)
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The first choices for lead roles were Juno (2007) co-stars Ellen Page and Olivia Thirlby. See more »

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Jack: I more than like you. I just wanna like unzip my body and put you in there.
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22 November 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Action movies with tons of heads getting blown off and blood bursts don't always have 'points'. Most are just ways of showing action and people say, 'Well, what do you expect?'

For some reason there is a double standard in cinema now where a movie, if it isn't a genre, has to have some mind blowing '1984' point. Well, the truth is, people don't care about points. I know people that have written great books with compelling themes and can't get them published. It's all about what people think, what they think they want, and how they sum it all up in the end.

Most people will watch 'Jack and Diane' and say, 'That was a big waste of time. There was no point. The acting was weak. Why did I watch that?'

Sometimes we take for granted what a movie, or story for that matter is. 'Jack and Diane' is a glimpse. It's a look at a situation that might have happened or could happen. The characters are not developed, because you are supposed to imagine them in your mind or even perhaps see your self in them.

The truth is, there was a lot said in this movie: about people, about how we can't see into other people's lives, feel what they feel; how we are closed off and encapsulated and outwardly poisonous to anyone we don't know. There was an over all theme of love and awakening sexual desire. People don't want that stuff, so most will look at this movie and say the usual 'what's the point'

People like love stories where a guy gets a girl, where a girl gets a guy and they move in together and have two kids and a dog. People like the thriller where some guy succeeds through unreasonable measure an impossible situation while somehow falling in love and solving his life problems.

We like movies where people get shot and cut up; based on true life bs.

But, when a movie about two kids loving each other for a brief time, feeling that bud of love in their stomachs and loins, comes out...we judge it to shreds.

Juno Temple and Riley Keough did a great job. They acted. There wasn't any big chase scene or gun fight or montage. They didn't give speeches. The dialogue really doesn't matter either. It was just two characters growing emotion. Why can't that be enough for an hour and a half?


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