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Valley Girl (1983) (Bad Boyz)

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Nicolas Cage Nicolas Cage
Randy
Deborah Foreman Deborah Foreman
Julie Richman
Cameron Dye Cameron Dye
Fred Bailey
Michelle Meyrink Michelle Meyrink
Suzi Brent
Tina Theberge Tina Theberge
Samantha


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Andrew Lane Andrew Lane
(written by) and
Wayne Crawford Wayne Crawford
(written by)


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An average movie

1 year, 2 months ago at Aug 26 8:14
To be honest, I wasn't really sure what to expect from this flick but since I have a weak spot for Nicolas Cage, I thought I might as well check it out. In fact, it was Cage's 2nd movie and his very first leading part. Well, to be honest, I actually ended upwith some mixed feelings about the damned thing. I mean, first of all, the plot was rather thin and it was involving such vapid and shallow ch... read more
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Julie, a girl from the valley, meets Randy, a punk from the city. They are from different worlds and find love. Somehow they need to stay together in spite of her trendy, shallow friends.
Release date: 29 April 1983
UPC: 044005883121
Tags: 1980s (5), Comedy (5), Romance (5), Coming Of Age (5), 1983 (3), Beach (3), Friendship (2), Independent Film (2), Teenage (2), California (2), 80's (2), Satire (2), 1980's (2), New Wave (1), Rock Music (1), Hippie (1), Topless Female Nudity (1), Sex (1), Romantic Comedy (1), Nudity (1)
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"20.3. Valitettavan tylsässä kasarileffassa on yksi kovan luokan solvaus: Nicolas Cage seisoskelee leffateatterissa 3D-lasit päässä, kunnes hänelle tullaan puhumaan. -Is this film in 3D? -No, but your face is! Lopussa Cagesta tulee päättäjäisten kuningas, vaikkei hän edes käy koulua, jonka päättäreistä on kyse. Muu leffa on haukotuttavan arvoton tapaus."


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An average movie

“To be honest, I wasn't really sure what to expect from this flick but since I have a weak spot for Nicolas Cage, I thought I might as well check it out. In fact, it was Cage's 2nd movie and his very first leading part. Well, to be honest, I actually ended upwith some mixed feelings about the damned thing. I mean, first of all, the plot was rather thin and it was involving such vapid and shallow characters. But, then, on the other hand, I have to admit that the characters were actually quite realistic and the whole thing did feel genuine. I also enjoyed the fact that Nicolas Cage and Deborah Foreman both looked like some average teenagers or young adults and not some like top-models. Still, I thought it was so annoying that Julie dropped Randy just because of peer pressure, especially to go” read more

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"March 20 "That techno-rock you guys listen to is gutless." This movie was pretty much the epitome of average to me. It's a pretty generic teen movie with average characters and a generic story and for a comedy it really wasn't very funny. I mean it had a few moments that were kind of funny, but most of the time it felt like it wasn't even trying to be funny, so the comedy label is kind of baffling. It does have some decent dialogue for this kind of movie though and as cheesy as is character "