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What can you expect from a genre inspired by " Porky's "? But this movie is a little treasure, a funny, sexy, appealing story of a Valley Girl's heartbreaking decision: Should she stick with her boring jock boyfriend, or take a chance on a punk from Hollywood? Having recently seen several Sex-Mad Teenager Movies in which a typical slice of teenager life consisted of seducing your teacher, being seduced by your best friend's mom, or driving off to Tijuana in search of hookers, I found "Valley Girl" to be surprisingly convincing in its portrait of kids in love.

These are kids. They're uncertain about sex, their hearts send out confusing als, and they're slaves to peer pressure. The movie stars Deborah Foreman as Julie, a bright, cute high school girl who is in the process of breaking up with her blond jock boyfriend Michael Bowen. He's gorgeous to look at, but he's boring and conceited and he does the one thing that drives all teenage girls mad: He sits down next to them in a burger t and casually helps himself to their lunch.

One night at a party, Julie meets Randy Nicolas Cage. He's a lanky, kind of goofy-looking kid with an appealing, crooked smile. He's also a punk from across the hills in Hollywood. Julie likes him. He makes her laugh. He's tender. It's awesome. She falls in love. And then her friends start working her over with all sorts of dire predictions, such as she'll be "totally dropped" if she goes out with this grotty punk.

Caving in to peer pressure, Julie agrees to go to the prom with the jock. And then there's the big climax where the punk gets his girl. One of the nicest things about this movie is that it allows its kids to be intelligent, thoughtful, and self-analytical. Another thing is that it allows the parents to be parents.

Have you ever stopped to think how dated all the parents in Teenager Movies are? They seem to have been caught in a time warp with Dagwood and Blondie. In "Valley Girl," the parents Frederic Forrest and Colleen Camp are former hippies from the Woodstock generation, now running a health food restaurant and a little puzzled by their daughter's preppy friends. It's a perfect touch. And here's one more nice thing about "Valley Girl. Everybody's in the same boat in this movie -- boys and girls -- and they're all trying to do the right thing and still have a good time.

It may be the last thing you'd expect from a movie named "Valley Girl," but the kids in this movie are human. Roger Ebert was the film critic of the Chicago Sun-Times from until his death in In , he won the Pulitzer Prize for distinguished criticism. Michael Bowen as Tommy. Colleen Camp as Mom. Frederic Forrest as Dad.

Deborah Foreman as Julie. Elizabeth Daily as Loryn. Nicolas Cage as Randy. Reviews Valley Girl. Roger Ebert April 29, Now streaming on:. Powered by JustWatch. Now playing. Lisey's Story Roxana Hadadi. The Legend of the Underground Robert Daniels. Black Widow Brian Tallerico. Sublet Peter Sobczynski. Rebel Hearts Carlos Aguilar.

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