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Say Anything
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  • Rated: PG-13
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Year: 1989
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Say Anything 20th Anniversary Edition
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  • Rated: PG-13
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Year: 1989
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English: 5.1 DTS HD Master Audio, Dolby Surround / Spanish & French: Dolby Surround
Subtitles:
English, French & Spanish
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Say Anything
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  • Rated: PG-13
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Year: 1989

Synopsis

In this charming critically-acclaimed tale of first love, Lloyd (John Cusack), an eternal optimist, seeks to capture the heart of Diane, an unattainable high school beauty and straight-A student (Ione Skye). He surprises just about everyone-including himself-when she returns the sentiment. But Diane's over-possessive, divorced Dad (John Mahoney) doesn't approve and it's going to take more than just the power of love to conquer all.

Cast & Crew

John Cusack ... Lloyd
Ione Skye ... Diane
John Mahoney ... James
Lili Taylor ... Corey
Joan Cusack ... Constance
Jeremy Piven ... Mark
Eric Stoltz ... Vahlere

Reviews

Variety Staff Variety | July 17, 2007

Cusack and Skye's relationship develops nicely and believably, but Crowe has not written an entirely convincing character for the latter to play.

Jonathan Rosenbaum Chicago Reader | July 17, 2007

At last, a teenage love story with real characters instead of cliches, poses, and attitudes.

Derek Adams Time Out | February 09, 2006

he love story is as old-fashioned as the jokes are old hat, but Crowe's amusing script and unforced direction allow the actors to develop reasonably authentic characters from stereotypical roles.

Caryn James New York Times | May 20, 2003

The film is all charming performances and grace notes, but there are plenty of worse things to be.

Hal Hinson Washington Post | January 01, 2000

The cast is irresistibly charming, down to the bit parts by Lili Taylor and Amy Brooks as Lloyd's best friends.

James Berardinelli ReelViews | January 01, 2000

Smart, well-developed characters, believable situations, and a solid emotional investment for us in the film's people and circumstances

Roger Ebert Chicago Sun-Times | January 01, 2000

A movie like this is possible because its maker believes in the young characters, and in doing the right thing, and in staying true to oneself.

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