The VHS release contains the original music from the theatrical release. The DVD contains some music from the theatrical release, but many substitutions are made throughout the movie due to licensing. The original soundtrack release is music from the DVD version, not the VHS version.This was also due to licensing. See more »
When the announcer introduces the judges, Senator and Mrs. Clatterbuck, Mrs. Clatterbuck's hair is parted down the middle and feathered under her pillbox hat. A minute later, in the same scene, she's wearing the same hat but her hair is just combed back with no part and is not feathered. See more »
Don't y'all think she looks just like Mary Pat Montgomery?
[Luanne and Carson laugh]
Mary Pat Montgomery's the one who told me about boners.
It isn't a bone at all, it's a muscle. This cousin of hers dated a Clemson Tiger who sprained his in a game, and she had to massage it every night when it got hard because he was in so much pain.
And she always acted so innocent.
See more »
Baby Work Out
Performed by Jackie Wilson
Composed by Alonzo Tucker (as Tucker), Jackie Wilson (as Wilson)
Published by Blue Ribbon Music Ltd.
Recording courtesy of CBS Special Products (a division of CBS Records) See more »
Why do all the incredible movie have no awards whatsoever? I swear the crappy movie Capote got more Oscars and awards than Star Wars (exaggeration). This movie contains all of the basic necessities that made Godfather, Back to the Future, Indiana Jones great. It gave an experience. It gave a feeling so emotional that an audience could sit back, eat popcorn, and look at their watch 2 minutes later and realize two hours had already gone by. All of the characters had versatile, inspiring personalities.Pudge was innocent but outgoing. Carson, strict on her parents' and societies' rules but nonetheless up for a risk when it came by her way. Luanne, strict at rules but more apt for adventure than Carson. Finally, Melaina, an obvious go flirting, drinking, sucking up to people, but to the boys' dismay: no bedding.
This 80s movie had no computer graphics, no detailed special effects, .
It had only the necessities: acting, experience, camera angles, and emotional, rather than physical love.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this