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Taglines: Say Goodbye to Innocence. Edit Details Official Sites: Official site. Country: USA.
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Language: English. Runtime: min. Color: Color. Edit Did You Know? Trivia One of the album covers visible in a couple of scenes from the late Chris Butterfield's bedroom is Depeche Mode's Violator The MGB actually has two carburetors, as clearly seen in the film later US models had only one so this was feasible until that point , and they are not identical, so it wouldn't be possible to know which is bad without diagnosing the car first.
Also, when he first starts it, the air cleaner assembly is already reinstalled. He'd likely start it, get it warmed up, then adjust the carbs before reinstalling the air cleaner assembly. Quotes [ first lines ] David Elliot : There was a girl. A beautiful girl surrounded by people. Yet utterly alone. Her brother Chris died, sophomore year. She spent all of her time secluded with her family.
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Or in the comfort of books. I watched her through all of high school. Waiting for that perfect moment to talk to her, but that I watched as people gradually forgot about her. Some of the basic details and visual touchstones are in place, but Feste " Country Strong " and co-writer Joshua Safran have reconfigured this story entirely—and, notably, omitted the Oscar-nominated Lionel Richie-Diana Ross theme song which was such a ubiquitous hit on radios and prom dance floors alike.
Also missing this time around: the small role of the wild-eyed arsonist played by a young Tom Cruise in mercilessly short Daisy Dukes. Now, instead of an age difference, there's a class difference. David is a smart, decent, blue-collar guy who's happy to go into business with his father Robert Patrick as a mechanic rather than apply to college. Jade is a wealthy, sheltered and studious girl with plans to attend Brown University in the fall and become a cardiologist like her father Bruce Greenwood.
The night of their high school graduation, David and Jade meet cute at the swanky restaurant where David works as a valet alongside his wisecracking best friend a likable Dayo Okeniyi. Sparks fly instantly and the two become inseparable for the rest of the summer, to the vocal disapproval of Jade's snobbish dad. His overprotectiveness also stems from his continued grief over the loss of Jade's superstar older brother a few years back. But the rest of the family welcomes David in; Jade's mother Joely Richardson and older brother Rhys Wakefield both experience much-needed emotional awakenings at the sight of Jade reveling in her first love.
As David insinuates himself further with these folks—in a sweet and hunky way, rather than a dark and stalky way—something clearly has to give. Just as the tension between father and suitor should be increasing, though, Feste goes through the motions en route to her happy ending. Strong, veteran character actors like Greenwood, Patrick and Richardson certainly elevate this predictable, lightweight material, but they can only do so much. Watching "Endless Love," you long for it to be riskier, edgier, or at least more reflective of actual teenage experiences and emotions.
Even the partying feels false, with freshly scrubbed kids talking about getting drunk and high without actually taking part in such activities or indicating their eventual effects. Ostensibly, this creative decision was intended to secure a PG rating.
Feste's sanitized version seems like it's aimed not at high-school kids but rather at those who are even younger: girls who can leave the theater and peruse the mall for just the right boho-chic clothes to emulate Wilde's fashionably wild look. This message came to me from a reader named Peter Svensland.