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The movie that defines '90s angst: Lelaina (Winona Ryder) is an idealistic college graduate and aspiring documentarian; her best friend, Troy (Ethan Hawke), is a cynical dropout who can't keep a job.
There's also Sammy (Steve Zahn), who just came out to his family, and Vickie (Janeane Garofalo), who worries she's HIV-positive. (Fun fact: This is Ben Stiller's directorial debut.)You'd be hard-pressed to find a performance more charming than Julia Roberts's as Vivian, a sex worker who agrees to spend a whole week with a wealthy businessman (Richard Gere) — then winds up falling for him (and he for her).
(She'd recently stiffed him on a job and this is his payback.) Actually, this is pretty ... Another wrong-side-of-the-tracks love story (these were big in the '80s), with a spectacular dance scene by a character named Duckie (Jon Cryer). This time in a movie in which her whole family forgets her sixteenth birthday, and she's of course obsessed with the most popular guy in school.
It also stars Molly Ringwald, so you know it's an instant classic. (There's a character in the movie that traffics in stereotypes, Long Duk Dong, which does taint the movie's legacy a bit.
Before the TV show, there was the Ron Howard-directed movie with its all-star cast (Steve Martin, Mary Steenburgen, Dianne Wiest, Keanu Reeves, and so on). The movie also stars a young Joaquin Phoenix, then called Leaf. Soundtrack gem (and a good way to describe watching this movie): "What a Feeling," by Irena Cara. (the remarkable Anna Chlumsky and Macaulay Culkin) are best friends. But don't let that storyline fool you: This movie will rip your heart out.
Through the experience they are forced to rethink the rudiments of a successful relationship: sex, love, and communication. Heather is a take-charge problem solver who sometimes gets too carried away for her own good. talk, like really talk, all the time about things that mattered to us. all the shit gets built up and it just gets in the way.
After graduation, hopeless romantic Lloyd Dobler finds the nerve to tell valedictorian Diane Kourt that he has a crush. The story follows Tom Hanks as an "adult" who's actually a kid.