A spin-off with characters from the "Married...with Children" series. Intellectually challenged Vinnie and his chronically unemployed father share an apartment. Re-worked the following year as "Vinnie and Bobby."
Joey Lauren Adams
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Kevin Keegan is a recently divorced TV news photographer who quits his job and returns to Roosevelt High School to teach the kids how to make a weekly cable TV show. Principal Steadman ... See full summary »
The story of Charlie Darby, who has everything going for him: a great job, friends, family, the whole package. The one thing Charlie doesn't have is love, because every time he gets close, he goes clinically insane. When he meets the perfect girl, Charlie must overcome his psychosis to claim his chance at true love.
She does more than just make friends while inside, she starts a lesbian love affair that draws the wrath of the warden, an ex-Olympic athlete who looks for track and field capabilities in her girls. Meanwhile the rat of a boy friend she protected threatens her younger sister to force her to maintain her silence.Written by
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This has got to be the most terrible film ever committed to celluloid, and I watch Mystery Science Theater 3000. I just couldn't see the point in any of it as it appears to be a series of unconnected scenes badly put together. Girl gets sent to reform school, but she's innocent, there we find the usual prison stereotypes, rough girl, quiet girl etc. She then finds she has a gift for running. So what?? Its a pitiful film in which you can honestly, and I mean honestly, spot what's coming. Leery guidance counselor?? Check. Unnecessary lesbian scene?? Check. Worst Ending EVER?? Check. I won't spoil it but its awful and completely negates the rest of the film. I spent three days telling everyone I saw just how bad it was, I now have no friends thanks to this film. The very worst part comes right at the end when, over the credits, it reads out what happens to the sad reprobates with each one, without fail, going on to something far better. And what the hell was Matt LeBlanc doing in this movie?????
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