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Say Anything

Rating:PG-13
Genre:Drama, Romance, Comedy
Release Date:April 1, 1989
Running time:100 minutes
Cast:John Cusack, John Mahoney, Ione Skye, Lili Taylor, Amy Brooks
Director:Cameron Crowe
Producer:Polly Platt, James L. Brooks
Writer:Cameron Crowe
Distributor:20th Century Fox Film Corporat

Description: Ione Skye plays Diane Court, high-school valedictorian on the verge of heading to England on a prestigious scholarship. This is especially thrilling to Diane's divorced father, James (John Mahoney), who has always shared a special relationship with the girl, less father/daughter than friend/friend. When Diane begins dating irresponsible army brat Lloyd Dobler (John Cusack), her father despairs at her choice of an underachiever. Pressured by her dad to break off the relationship, Diane spends the rest of the summer being pursued by the lovestruck Lloyd, who does everything he can to win her back. Diane finally realizes there's more to life than perfection when her sainted father comes under the scrutiny of the IRS.~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

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