George, a lonely and fatalistic teen who has made it all the way to his senior year without ever having done a real day of work, is befriended by Sally, a popular but complicated girl who recognizes in him a kindred spirit.
Leonard Cohen's "If it be your will" appears on the Various Positions record as a last song. In the movie, Aubrey starts playing the record from the first song, there is no record as far the research go, that would list this song as first on either side A or B. See more »
I'm going to kill it, bitch! I'm going to kill the livin' shit of you! The livin' shit, my friend!
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It has been a long time since I watched such an awesome teen movie. I always want to find a movie which can represent our feeling when it comes to first love. And this movie is the ONE!
Aubrey is sexy and dependent, more mature than girls of her own age. Dave is smart but shy most of the time. Both of them are great people and when they meet each other, the chemical just burst.It is so hard to find someone you can just keep talking to. So when they are talking about dream, traveling, hobby, I can't help smiling because this is so real. Although some of our experience is way much personal, we just want to share our thoughts with the ONE for no reason.
This movie also reminds me of Flipped. Both of them are about first love. The most different part for me is that Julie in Flipped is brave while Aubrey is more vulnerable and sensitive.But at the end of the day, you'll have your own happy ending.
In addition, I used to check the ranking before I watch a movie. After watching this, ranking is of no importance any longer. This movie is just so real, so romantic and so awesome!!!
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