Sixteen-year-old Melissa Kennedy's been missing for almost 3 months now and the Town of Ridgedale is coming unhinged. The projectionist at the old revival movie house, Sylvia Potter (16) wants so badly to be in love. Just like in the movies. But can any guy live up to her ideal leading man? Even her best friend Harry's unrequited love for her (since fifth grade) has never been reciprocated. When sexy, quiet, rich kid, Lucas Green transfers to Hampton Prep the sparks fly. Lucas and Sylvia's initial animosity quickly becomes a heated romance - despite the warnings of almost every friend in her circle. But what seems like a love story straight out of the movies hits a major plot twist when the police begin an investigation into Lucas' involvement in the Melissa Kennedy case. What really happened to Melissa Kennedy and how long can Lucas and Sylvia's relationship last in the face of a mystery that threatens to change the lives of these teenagers forever? Written by AC (IMDb.com)
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Andrew V (ru) wrote: The trailer didn't even look like it was trying. It's worse than the master of disguise.
Aaron H (fr) wrote: I felt like the ambition was there, but the execution never quite delivered the goods.
WILL (fr) wrote: the series is way better than this movie. definetly start there and work your way to the film.
Chris M (au) wrote: It was a very funny, very entertaining and enjoyable Muppet movie. It had great cinematography, very amazing puppetry, great cast, very fun music, great comedy, great adventure, really great cameos, great characters and a very familiar plot. It's one of the funniest Muppet movies I've ever seen. Muppet fans of all ages should enjoy this movie.
Jeanna K (es) wrote: funny, romantic and nice. perfect for wasting another rainy gloomy day at home:)
Rick R (ag) wrote: Smoke Signals (1998)This independent movie is written by Northwest author, Sherman Alexie; a native American, writing about young native Americans. So, you know that you're going to be seeing something very different, that you don't normally get a chance to see coming from Hollywood.There's a lot of funny parts, but it's not exactly a comedy, but more a family drama with life on the "Res" thrown in. If you don't like indie movies, you probably won't like this one either, but if you want something a little different, this is a good movie to see.
Reginald W (ca) wrote: brings me back to the good ol days
Brayden J (it) wrote: this movie is really good i know its about notre dame thats my favorite football team this movie is really cool
Kei D (jp) wrote: I felt like i was watching a Clue version of The Howling...
Steve D (ag) wrote: Surprisingly good much better than most slashes of its day ending was a disappointment though
Jeremy R (de) wrote: Lame Harry and the Hendersons rip-off.
Lenard K (de) wrote: Early Bergman movie about a girl who yearns for love while living with her abusive mother.
Kaustubh P (ca) wrote: LMFAO. Kung Fu fights, a Hitler look-alike, shipwreck, cannibal monks, zombie samurais, piranhas, a female lead called 'cookie' & lots of skin. What more can a guy ask for?
T C (it) wrote: Weird movie. Not sure why they made the movie from what is a real life story.
Michael Y (jp) wrote: The perfect combination of humor, artistic appeal, and story. It doesn't over do it on any front, but creates a good balance that everyone can enjoy.