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April Fool's Day Review


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You might recognize Deborah Foreman's Muffy as the "six inch spike" girl from Real Genius, and you might remember Thomas F. Wilson's Arch as Biff from the Back to the Future series. And you might recognize April Fool's Day's hair and clothing styles as something you wore yourself 15 years ago. Talk about horror!

The archetypal family manor on an inaccessible island plays the setting for a group of college kids, invited by the mysterious Muffy to spend the weekend. But the April Fool's pranks begin before the kids ever make it to the island as one guy fakes being stabbed. Pretty soon chairs are collapsing, faucets are squirting, glasses are dribbling... and the body count is rising.

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Valley Girl Review


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Dated yet infectious, Valley Girl is the kind of absurd romantic/teen/sex comedy that they just don't make any more. Nicolas Cage takes his first starring role as "the punk" from Hollywood, to whom titular "gag me with a spoon" valley girl Deborah Foreman finds herself drawn. There's a local jock also in the picture, and of course Foreman's got a totally tubular group of friends (including future voice of Babe Elizabeth Daily and Real Genius co-star Michelle Meyrink). The story is typical kids' stuff, but the '80s setting and ear-thrashing lingo is unforgettable.

April Fool's Day Review


OK
You might recognize Deborah Foreman's Muffy as the "six inch spike" girl from Real Genius, and you might remember Thomas F. Wilson's Arch as Biff from the Back to the Future series. And you might recognize April Fool's Day's hair and clothing styles as something you wore yourself 15 years ago. Talk about horror!

The archetypal family manor on an inaccessible island plays the setting for a group of college kids, invited by the mysterious Muffy to spend the weekend. But the April Fool's pranks begin before the kids ever make it to the island as one guy fakes being stabbed. Pretty soon chairs are collapsing, faucets are squirting, glasses are dribbling... and the body count is rising.

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