"Say Anything" is one of those rare movies that has something to teach us about life. It doesn't have a "lesson" or a "message," but it observes its moral choices so carefully that it helps us see our own. That such intelligence could be contained in a movie that is simultaneously so funny and so entertaining is some kind of a miracle.
Monday, April 14, 2014
THE WORLD IS FULL OF GUYS. BE A MAN. DON'T BE A GUY: Say Anything was released twenty-five years ago today. Besides being the first movie at which I made out with a girl (and in one of the big rooms at the Orleans 8), there's this, from Ebert's contemporaneous review:
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