A young tomboy, Watts, finds her feelings for her best friend, Keith, run deeper than just friendship when he gets a date with the most popular girl in school. Unfortunately, the girl's old boyfriend, who is from the rich section of town, is unable to let go of her, and plans to get back at Keith.Written by
John Alcott was set to shoot this film, but he died of a heart attack at age fifty-five, while in Cannes. See more »
After Keith checks the oil in Hardy's car, he closes the hood, walks around the car, takes the gas out and puts it back, stands by the side of the car and picks up the money Hardy drops. During this entire sequence, you can clearly see that he does not have the dip stick in his hands but after Hardy drives off, the dip stick appears in his hands and is thrown away. See more »
So you gotta hang around for an hour?
If I feel like it.
You know how much damage we could do to each other in an hour?
It's kind of a revolting thought, actually.
Really? What's revolting mean?
Oh, God. Get your hands off me, man.
Does that mean you wanna come over?
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UK theatrical version was cut (ca. 3 sec) to secure a 'PG' rating. Uncut version was released on video with a '15' rating. In 2002 the film was resubmitted to the BBFC and rated '12'. See more »
Mary stuart Masterson plays a girl who has a crush on Eric Stoltz who has been friends with her for a long time but she never has told her feelings. When Stoltz starts hanging around with the rich crowd and falls for the snobby beauty queen Lea Thomson Masterson fears she may lose him. A well scripted comedy romance drama slice of life that John Hughes does right every now and then. on a scale of one to ten..8
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