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Genres: Drama
Actors: Molly Ringwald , Andrew McCarthy , Patti D’Arbanville , Ben Stiller , Leon Russom , Molly Hagan , Viggo Mortensen , Doug Hutchison , Chiara Peacock , Marita Geraghty , Rachel Jones , Welker White , Christy Budig , Larry Ketron , Ken Strunk
Director: David Anspaugh
Country: United States
Year: 1988
IMDB Rating: 4.9/10 (1036 votes)

A Cincinnati college student breaks off his engagement to his wealthy fiancée after he falls in love with a backwoods Kentucky girl he meets at a party. She claims to be 20 years old, but he learns that she’s actually just 16 and already married.

Film Review

I have seen the words "ethereal" and "haunting" used in descriptions of this movie…..and I think they are dead on! I remember renting this movie just after it came out on VHS, and I totally fell in love with it, here it is, almost 19 years later and I STILL love it!Andrew McCarthy's character is so real, you see men like him every day all across America, ready to get married for all the wrong reasons, or ones that seemed right to start with, then they wake up and see there's something more to their life around them. He's also the boy you always wanted to meet or date in high school or college. Molly Ringwald's character is…..just too painfully real. You hurt for her, with her, then you're angry at her and you want to know the truth, and you feel the love.So many people hack this movie to death saying it's horrible…..but I don't think they've ever been in love so they wouldn't understand. OK yes, it's a bit hokey in spot…

Molly Ringwald, softer and more contemplative than in her John Hughes/high school comedies, plays a shady girl from the wrong side of the tracks who meets and has an affair with preppy Cincinnati college kid Andrew McCarthy; the fact his rich friends disapprove and she has such a questionable background may prevent things from going further. Not a terrible movie, but filled with self-defeating clichés and occasionally overwrought dialogue. Ringwald struggles a bit with her redneck accent, and McCarthy does nothing to elevate his pinched, emotionally-parched persona, but the look of the film is quite vivid and the atmosphere is well-captured. Perhaps it was a good idea to re-team the teen lovers from "Pretty in Pink" in a more grown-up setting, but the filmmakers didn't go far enough with the idea, and the coy finale seems a little undernourished. ** from ****

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