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Valley Girl
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Valley Girl 1983

From Amazon: Valley Girl is, like--Omigod!--one of the most "tubular" teen comedies of the early 1980s. This movie launched Nicolas Cage's career, and it's easy to see why: Following his tiny role in Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Cage is perfectly cast as a Hollywood punk who instantly falls for Julie (the irresistible Deborah Foreman), a San Fernando "Valley Girl"--a brighter variant of the stereotype immortalized in Moon Unit Zappa's 1982 novelty song--who must choose between wild-boy Nic and her preening jock boyfriend (Mark Bowen). Fortunately, Julie knows what's right for her (even if her "Val" friends don't), and in refreshing...

Directed By:
No image existsMartha Coolidge
Written By:
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Nicolas CageNicolas Cage
No image existsDeborah Foreman
No image existsColleen Camp
No image existsFrederic Forrest
No image existsLee Purcell
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No image existsMichael Bowen
No image existsCameron Dye
No image existsMichelle Meyrink

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Valley Girl Movie Review by Zara (1/29/2007)

It's funny how people have this assumption that when a guy is supposedly hard core by reputation, he can't be a softy at heart. That if he's into hard music, drugs, alcohol and the other favorite forms of mayhem that he's incapable of falling deeply in love.

Man, if anything, a guy that like proves that he does...

(complete Valley Girl review by Zara)

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