Can't Buy Me Love
Drama • PG-13 • 1987 • 1 hr 34 min
One of my favorite not so popular 80s movies. And did I mention young Patrick Dempsey!!
seth green is in this mvoie and i think he like dies or soemthing. not really LOL! JK! um he like falls over once or twice and like gets hit
An "of the moment" 80s teen comedy about popularity that will amuse anyone with nostalgia for this decade.
Really enjoyed even though I'm not a fan of Patrick Dempsie
Iconic cheesy 80’s romcom that hasn’t lost its charm.
we love mcdreamy and we love mcdreamy in high school
It has a great plot and is just an all over good movie
Formulaic rom-com. But the high school woes are relatable. Dempsey is extremely charming yet quirky. And Peterson is stunning throughout.
A good lighthearted 80’s film with a funny plot and fun characters.
A lot of 80s nostalgia and very entertaining.
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