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  • Whitney Bryant

    I knew I was a weird child when I preferred the dorky version of Patrick Dempsey to the cool kid...

  • Aleesha Rowe

    Really good movie

  • Selah Seren

    Spend an entire weekend in bed watching nothing but cheesy 80s movies

  • 💋Gin💋

    Was my all time favorite 80s movie

  • Cathy Sachs

    Cant Buy Me Love...another favorite movie growing up. I must have watched it upward of 50 times! No kidding!

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Loved the movie Can't Buy Me Love Have no idea what happened to the girl but Patrick Dempsey sure looks different.

An American Tail (1986) | 25 Movies From The ’80s That Every Kid Should See Clearly, I have got to rematch this because I don't remember this Christopher Plummer angle.