R | | Comedy, Drama
Eighties teen romp involving Bill and his new apartment, Jim and his rebellious antics, Tom and his crazy self, and Anita with her older man David.
In the documentary on the 2005 DVD and Blu-Ray editions of Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986), Ben Stein refers to this movie as a sequel to Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982), although it is not officially considered one. Cameron Crowe wrote both films.
Several seconds before Reggie gives Bill a maple bar, the tray containing the maple bars is about six inches to the right of the divider in the middle of the shelves. From that moment, Reggie is at the cash register and Anita is talking to Bill, so there is nobody else near the tray. But when Reggie comes back into the scene to grab the maple bar, it is flush with the divider even though there was nobody else behind the counter who could have moved it.
The UK video version was cut by 1 min 7 secs to remove all footage of nunchakus and to edit a scene where a cigarette is lit by an ignited aerosol can.
$4,001,000 (USA) (30 September 1984)