Quick Movie Reviews
Camper - wrote on 01/03/2016
The rest of the characters were okay but Mary Stuart Masterson as Watts made this movie for me.
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 11/26/2012
Keith Nelson (Eric Stoltz) has a friend named Watts (Mary Stuart Masterson). Amanda Jones (Lea Thompson) becomes close with Keith. This reviewer recalls the superb performance of Mary Stuart Masterson, meaningful story and faboulous hip soundtrack. It may seem impossible and dated if shown today, still it's an underrated 80's flick anybody can enjoy.
sapien - wrote on 08/30/2009
This is a very moving movie. Though, I think that Eric Stoltz and Lea Thompson were on the most elaborate first date ever, I still enjoyed this movie a lot.
serioussir - wrote on 05/09/2008
One of my favorite 80s teen flicks. This is such a great boy-doesn't-know-he-loves-the-unlikely-girl film. There are so many funny lines and characters in this movie. Stoltz is lovable as the boy who doesn't fit in. Masterson is great as the fringe tomboy. Complete with rich kid/poor kid rivalry, the popular jerk, the annoying sister, the clueless father, the beautiful girl, and the best revenge. It's a must for anyone who loves romantic teen comedies.