PG-13 | | Comedy, Romance
A rich high school student tries to boost a new pupil's popularity, but reckons without affairs of the heart getting in the way.
The high school where the students attend is "Bronson Alcott High School." Bronson Alcott was a nineteenth-century Transcendentalist writer, best known for starting an ultimately unsuccessful Utopian community called "Fruitlands," and for being the ... ...
Daddy's a litigator. Those are the scariest kind of lawyer. Even Lucy, our maid, is terrified of him. And daddy's so good he gets $500 an hour to fight with people. But he fights with me for free because I'm his daughter.
In the scene where Cher is "negotiating" with her teacher (Mr Hall) to get her grade raised, which he'll have no part of, he escorts her to and out the classroom door. The door is swung open out into the hallway, and he pulls it closed. In the next scene Cher is in the hallway with her back against the now closed door, but there are no hinges to her left. They would have to be there if the door opened outward from the classroom to the hall. This door opens inward.
Other than the Paramount Pictures logo and the movie's title, there are no opening credits.
$10,612,443 (USA) (23 July 1995)