Natalie Becker is staying at home studying and working on an essay to meet the president while her father is away. Jeffrey Moran, a childhood friend (whom her father does not know) is having trouble with his stepfather, Jeremy, who is an immature bully, so she lets him stay with her. All sorts of trouble and misunderstandings ensue. Natalie's best friend Polly tries to date a pro baseball player, Zoo Knudson, and is very intrusive on Natalie's personal life, jumping to hasty conclusions. She is also ready to jump on a plane to New York to be with Zoo.Written by
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In the scene where Knudsen hits a home run, there are a few editing mistakes. The filming takes place in Shea Stadium. Well if the Generals were supposed to be the home team, they should have been wearing white uniforms. The other team, the Mets, where the ones wearing white. Also, the up close shot of the Mets pitcher, Dwight Gooden, clearly shows his number as 16. After the home run, the Mets pitcher is shown with number 76. Knudsen is a right handed batter, the distant shot of the home run, shows a left handed batter swinging. See more »
this movie was a simple story well acted film.connelly was very lovable and likeable .the warmth she shows in this character is remarkable considering her age most actresses half her age cannot show the depth she showed in this film.all three leads were very good the female best friend showed such a comic edge in her character she is extremely likeable and very funny. this movie is simple and done well.the teens seem like real teens not the kind that save the planet or treat their parents like morons but true life teenagers that are just normal kids awakening to adulthood .if you remember being a teen or are one watch this movie
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