Crime • PG • 1983 • 1 hr 31 min
As classic film with so much heart and depth. Everyone should see it. And read the novel.
My faviroute movie and book it is such a good story but it is so sad definatly worth watching
Has everything it needs to feel fresh every time. The little things in the boys chemistry, spending time in living rooms. Gang life magic.
Great as a lover of the book, casted perfectly, a classic
Totally worth the time, it's one of the few movies that's not based around a girl.
Who else watched this in middle school class?
A fantastic movie derived from the novel with a stellar cast
Many famous actors in this, although the actor who plays Ponyboy is sadly the least talented of the bunch. Kinda cheesy, but classic story.
Stay golden ponyboy, a must see classic!
Only reason this isn't four stars is because the book is amazing. Still a classic movie that everyone should see as a young adult.
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