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After the cops catch him and Luke tagging a bus stop shelter, the doctor's juvenile reaction is to giggle and run.They get busted, of course, and in a role reversal typical of the movie, Stephanie has to come bail them out.Plus, there are so many funny moments that it’s perfect for a date or just to go with a bunch of friends.Trust me, everyone will relate to at least one of the characters on screen…as it’s a coming of age story that’s as real as anything I’ve seen in a long time.Watching , Jonathan Levine's funny, sincere tale of a Manhattan B-boy (Josh Peck) navigating an inappropriate relationship with his middle-aged shrink (Ben Kingsley) while falling hard for the man's stepdaughter (Olivia Thirlby), I kept wondering where I'd seen it before.The answer came roaring up to me in a cherry-red Alfa Romeo, to the strains of Simon & Garfunkel: , set in the summer of 1994 and steeped in the hip-hop sounds of the era, is colored by Levine's premature nostalgia.When Luke tells Stephanie good-bye, Levine mercilessly centers her in the frame as her cool dissolves and she wonders what she might have passed up.
Both of them have a lot to say and I think you’ll enjoy both interviews.
Squires have reconciled, united by their heartache.
Compared to the famously ambiguous ending of suffers from a kind of arrested male adolescence.
When Luke seduces her, confessing that he's a virgin, she replies, "Don't worry about it.
I've done it like a hundred times—I can teach you." And when Luke finally comes out with the truth, telling her he loves her, Stephanie replies, "Whoa, dude," and walks away without another word.