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Some Kind of Wonderful


Eric Stoltz, Mary Stuart Masterson, Lea Thompson, Chynna Phillips View All


John Hughes (Writer), Howard Deutch (Director) View All

Release: Feb. 27th, 1987
Runtime: 1 hour, 35 minutes
A young tomboy, Watts, finds her feelings for her best friend, Keith, run deeper than just friendship when he gets a date with the most popular girl in school.
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Screenwriter John Hughes and director Howard Deutch, the creative team behind Pretty in Pink and the architects of 80's teen angst scored again with a 1987 confection called Some Kind of Wonderful, a basic love triangle made watchable due to Hughes' uncanny insight into teen psyche and Deutch's surp....