History Film / SayAnything

15th Dec '16 10:38:54 AM MBI
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* SuspiciousSpending: The IRS agent gives a very useful primer on how to spot it -- lots of expensive-but-not-too-expensive purchases you can pay for in cash, such as furniture, art, stereo equipment. The next scene highlights the fact that Diane's house has all of these things, in abundance.

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* SuspiciousSpending: The IRS agent gives a very useful primer on how to spot it -- lots of expensive-but-not-too-expensive purchases you can pay for in cash, such as fancy furniture, art, stereo equipment. The next scene highlights the fact that Diane's house has all of these things, in abundance.
14th Dec '16 4:12:24 PM MBI
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* SuspiciousSpending: The IRS agent gives a very useful primer on how to spot it.

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* SuspiciousSpending: The IRS agent gives a very useful primer on how to spot it.it -- lots of expensive-but-not-too-expensive purchases you can pay for in cash, such as furniture, art, stereo equipment. The next scene highlights the fact that Diane's house has all of these things, in abundance.
8th Dec '16 6:32:25 AM rainmakerrtv
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** Somewhat subverted with Diane's meeting with the IRS agent (played by Philip Baker Hall), who is blunt but still sympathetic of her situation.
18th Aug '16 10:05:26 AM JamesAustin
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: The SignatureScene of Lloyd holding a boombox over his head might not have the same impact today if he were holding an iPod instead. Then again, a 21st-century Lloyd would be holding up some kind of iPod player that looks something like a boombox.
** The people filming the graduation ceremony using actual film cameras. Today they'd just be holding up their phones.
22nd May '16 5:32:28 PM sagetcommabob
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* BrainyBrunette: Diane
28th Apr '16 11:41:06 AM Mdumas43073
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Lloyd Dobler (Cusack) is an unambitious C student who pursues valedictorian Diane Court (Skye) after graduation. They fall in love, but unfortunately, Mr. Court ([[Series/{{Frasier}} John Mahoney]]) doesn't approve of this slacker in his perfect daughter's life.

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Lloyd Dobler (Cusack) is an unambitious C student who pursues valedictorian Diane Court (Skye) after graduation. They fall in love, but unfortunately, Mr. Court ([[Series/{{Frasier}} John Mahoney]]) doesn't approve of having this slacker in his perfect daughter's life.
28th Apr '16 11:40:44 AM Mdumas43073
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Lloyd Dobler (Cusack) is an unambitious C student who pursues valedictorian Diane Court (Skye) after graduation. They fall in love, but unfortunately, Mr. Court (played by [[Series/{{Frasier}} John Mahoney]]) doesn't approve of this slacker in his perfect daughter's life.

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Lloyd Dobler (Cusack) is an unambitious C student who pursues valedictorian Diane Court (Skye) after graduation. They fall in love, but unfortunately, Mr. Court (played by [[Series/{{Frasier}} ([[Series/{{Frasier}} John Mahoney]]) doesn't approve of this slacker in his perfect daughter's life.
28th Apr '16 11:40:09 AM Mdumas43073
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AFI named this one of the Top 100 romantic movies of the last hundred years, and Creator/RogerEbert considered it the ''greatest'' romantic movie made since 1980. [[MemeticMutation There's a well-known scene from this film]] where Dobler holds a boombox playing Music/PeterGabriel's "In Your Eyes" over his head. Contrary to what you may have heard, this does not win her back, but that scene has become almost iconic. Also, there's some stuff about the IRS investigating Mr. Court for embezzlement.

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AFI named this as one of the Top 100 romantic movies of the last hundred years, and Creator/RogerEbert considered it the ''greatest'' romantic movie made since 1980. [[MemeticMutation There's a well-known scene from this film]] where Dobler holds a boombox playing Music/PeterGabriel's "In Your Eyes" over his head. Contrary to what you may have heard, this does not win her back, but that scene has become almost iconic. Also, there's some stuff about the IRS investigating Mr. Court for embezzlement.
28th Apr '16 11:37:54 AM Mdumas43073
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''Say Anything...'' is a 1989 HighSchool romance starring Creator/JohnCusack and Ione Skye. It is the directorial debut of Creator/CameronCrowe, who also wrote the screenplay.

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''Say Anything...'' is a 1989 HighSchool romance starring Creator/JohnCusack and Ione Skye. It is was the directorial debut of Creator/CameronCrowe, who also wrote the screenplay.
28th Apr '16 11:36:51 AM Mdumas43073
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''Say Anything'' is a 1989 HighSchool romance starring Creator/JohnCusack and Ione Skye. Cusack plays Lloyd Dobler, an unambitious C student who pursues valedictorian Diane Court after graduation. They fall in love, but unfortunately, Mr. Court (played by [[Series/{{Frasier}} John Mahoney]]) doesn't approve of this slacker in his perfect daughter's life.

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''Say Anything'' Anything...'' is a 1989 HighSchool romance starring Creator/JohnCusack and Ione Skye. Cusack plays It is the directorial debut of Creator/CameronCrowe, who also wrote the screenplay.

Lloyd Dobler, Dobler (Cusack) is an unambitious C student who pursues valedictorian Diane Court (Skye) after graduation. They fall in love, but unfortunately, Mr. Court (played by [[Series/{{Frasier}} John Mahoney]]) doesn't approve of this slacker in his perfect daughter's life.
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