Valley Girl

"Good"

Valley Girl Review


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.


Valley Girl

Facts and Figures

Run time: 99 mins

In Theaters: Friday 29th April 1983

Budget: $350 thousand

Distributed by: MGM Home Entertainment

Production compaines: Valley 9000

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 3.5 / 5

IMDB: 6.3 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director:

Starring: as Randy, E.G. Daily as Loryn, as Julie Richman, as Tommy, as Fred Bailey, as Suzi Brent, as Beth Brent, as Sarah Richman, as Steve Richman, as Prom Teacher, Tony Markes as Brad, Robby Romero as Doug, Lisa Antille as Friend At Beach, Theresa Hayes as Cindy, Andrew Winner as Customer At Counter, Laura Jacoby as Peggy, Joyce Hyser as Joyce, as Arthur, as Lyle, Christopher Murphy as Ralphie, as Samantha, Camille Calvet as Allyson, David Ensor as Skip, as Low Rider, Betsy Bond as Marie, Steve Sayre as Club Frisker, as Club Bouncer


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