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A coming-of-age tale set in Brooklyn during the late '50s which centers around the high school life of a group of teens that have to deal with racial tensions at their interracial vocational high school.
David Edwin Knight,
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When Paul steals the yellow sports car after leaving the police station, he takes off and there's a shot of the tachometer over his shoulder. The tach revs up close to red-line, but the engine sound doesn't match. See more »
This is not an original premise, nor is it an original movie, but it IS sweet, funny, and entertaining. I enjoyed this flick, though it is only a flick, and it does have some cute elements.
While this IS just another RomCom, it aptly entertains anyone whose mindset is to enjoy and/or seek out this type of movie. If you're already in the mood for a PG-13 romantic comedy about a shy biochemist and a shy biologist who dabble in love through alchemy via a Gypsy's love potion, then this is definitely the movie for you.
On the whole, it rates a 4.9/10.
As a RomCom, it rates a 6.7/10.
That's an average of 5.8 from...
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