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Plot: Rebellious footballer Johnny, falls for cheerleader Tracy. They come from opposite backgrounds; she’s from a comfortable well off family, he is poor and broken. Tracy already has a boyfriend but he acts like a jerk, so Johnny has to win Tracy’s heart – something she seems reluctant to let him do.
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A great 80’s film that sums up the feeling of the decade
I’ll admit I love this film. Quite a bit of the dialog doesn’t make any sense; some of the characters are just there to hang the plot from; and Cliff DeYoung as the football coach gets most of the bad lines and his character, as well as the snotty cheerleaders, are all clichés. But these flaws don’t detract from the appeal of the film.
Darryl Hannah, and Aidan Quinn in particular, have a presence and a chemistry that keeps the film vibrant and alive. This was Quinn’s first film, and I’ve liked him ever since I first saw it. Even as a novice he’s a great actor. Hannah is not as good as he, but she’s still very good as a well-to-do high school senior who’s looking for something different but not sure what she wants. Quinn plays the misunderstood poor boy with an alcoholic father, who is beset by teachers, father, peers and police every way he turns. Due to a random pairing for a charity dance, they are brought together and eventually discover that what they are looking for is in each other. The last shot of the film, as the camera speeds down the highway to Bob Seger’s “Roll Me Away”, is one of my favorite shots of any movie. I’ll agree it’s corny, but it works and so does this film.
The authentic steel-town atmosphere also helps to give the film a gritty realism; dark, smoggy, atmospheric and disturbing, it reminds me of the feel of the 80’s. The soundtrack is superb; Romeo Void, INXS, and Kim Wilde’s “Kids in America.” Whenever I want to recapture that 80’s feeling, when watching MTV was still new and exciting and they still played music you could take pleasure in listening to, and when the 80’s groups were so avant-garde and on-the-edge, I watch this film. Sure enough, it can take me right back. Look past the sometimes inane dialog and be sure to catch this film; if you immerse yourself in the music it will work its spell.
It hasn’t been shown on on regular cable in years (it’s rated R for some candid but convincing sex scenes), but in mid-2005 it was playing on the high definition cable channel INHD, looking and sounding fantastic, so it does show up occasionally. Warner Archive (http://www.warnerarchive.com) now (2011) offers it for sale as an “on demand,” widescreen DVD. A great film for Friday or Saturday night, and don’t forget to turn the volume way up!
A great forbidden love story
I was still in Junior High when I saw this movie so it was kinda risqué to me. I thought Aidan Quinn was beautiful, especially in the shower scene! And I was already a fan of Daryl Hannah from Splash. I like the whole wrong side of the tracks love story idea. I felt bad that no one liked Johnny just cause he was poor and had a bad homelife. He was a really nice guy and he loved Tracy. The sex scenes were very good and very realistic. Daryl Hannah is one lucky girl to have gotten to play those scenes. The soundtrack is great and I wish I could purchase it. The “Kids in America” scene is awesome and ends with Tracy and Johnny in a pool. But the best scene is at the end when they play Bob Segers “Roll Me Away”. I love that song!
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min)
Genre Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director James Foley
Writer Chris Columbus
Actors Aidan Quinn, Daryl Hannah, Kenneth McMillan
Country United States
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Panavision Panaflex
Laboratory Movielab, New York (NY), USA, Metrocolor, Hollywood (CA), USA (prints)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm