Plus, for you ) but has enough charm and realistic innocence to make it a standout; something that’s largely due to the chemistry between the two leads.
Lonnie ditches summer camp to hang out with Karen, who teaches her about things like boys, make-up and shoplifting, and in return Lonnie tries to impress her own morals and upbringing.All models were at least 18 years old when they were photographed.We have a zero-tolerance policy against illegal pornography. It stars Kevin Bacon as Vic, a rather creepy wilderness guide hired by the wealthy parents of a young, introverted city boy named Alan (Sean Astin!) to accompany him and and three other boys on their first wilderness experience.In other words, it’s a film we’ve all seen many times before.
The film takes place over a single day in the life of Jerry Mitchell (Casey Siemaszko), who offends transfer student and rumored psychopath Buddy Revell (played by douchebag extraordinaire Richard Tyson, whom you’ll probably recognize as the bad guy from when he accidentally touches him.
The whole film only takes place over a couple of days, but in that time each girl does quite a bit of growing up and the experience feels genuine.
Along the way they have a few misadventures, disagreements, awkward social situations, and laughs.
Oh, and I almost forgot to mention the seriously synth-tastic score!
Speaking of summer camp and coming of age stories, is another teen movie you should know about if you enjoy that sort of thing.
Buddy tells Jerry he’s going to beat the shit out of him in the parking lot at–you guessed it–three o’clock.