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Can't Hardly Wait (10th Anniversary Edition) [Blu-ray] (Bilingual) [Import]

4.6 out of 5 stars 204 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Actors: Jennifer Love Hewitt, Ethan Embry, Charlie Korsmo, Lauren Ambrose, Peter Facinelli
  • Directors: Deborah Kaplan, Harry Elfont
  • Writers: Deborah Kaplan, Harry Elfont
  • Producers: Betty Thomas, Jenno Topping, Karen Koch, Richard Graves
  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, Dubbed, Original recording remastered, Special Edition, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English, French, Portuguese
  • Subtitles: Cantonese Chinese, English, French, Korean
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Parental Guidance (PG)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Sept. 30 2008
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 204 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B001CY5MYW
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It's graduation day at Huntington Hills High-- a time for Pomp and Circumstance, tassels and mortarboards, and serious introspection about the future. But tonight, the seniors will leave all that behind for the things that really matter; romance, revenge and rock 'n' roll. Ethan Embry, Charlie Korsmo, Lauren Ambrose, Peter Facinelli, Seth Green and Jennifer Love Hewitt star in one raucous comedy about the ultimate teen party, a once-in-a-lifetime alternate universe where class nerds become class studs, super-jocks are humiliated, and freshman crushes blossom into grown-up romance. From prom queen to bimbo, meathead to misfit, everyone will be there for a hormone-charged bash tapped for out-of-control fun. BONUS! Includes SMASH MOUTH'S Music Video for Can't Get Enough of You Baby.

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This underrated teen comedy from 1998 is guilty of being a proud underachiever, and it doesn't bring anything new to the genre, but look closely and you'll find the makings of a much better movie buried under all the keg-party antics. The basic story is typical for this kind of comedy. A young, aspiring writer named Preston (Ethan Embry) has been lusting after class beauty Amanda (Jennifer Love Hewitt, from TV's Party of Five) for four years of high school, but he's never had the nerve to tell her. Now that they're about to graduate he's finally worked up the courage to write her a soul-baring love letter. At the raucous graduation keg party that takes up most of the movie's 98 minutes, Preston agonizes while Amanda's selfish jock ex-boyfriend tries to win her back, and delivering his love letter turns out to be more difficult than he ever imagined. What's interesting about Can't Hardly Wait has little to do with its attractive leads, however. The most engagingly real and entertaining characters are the misfits who show up in the subplots, including a geek (Charlie Korsmo) who turns into the life of the party, and a pair of old friends (Seth Green, Lauren Ambrose) who confront each other about their mutual needs and insecurities. There are some really good scenes between these two, and this modest movie has a few other pleasant surprises up its sleeve. That doesn't make it particularly good, but it does make it an agreeable waste of time. --Jeff Shannon --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Format: DVD
This is one of the few feel good movies that I would give this high a rating. It isnt anything new, the characters don't break any new ground, but that isn't important. It is like listening to Beethoven, no new ground is broken, but how well are they playing it?
The cast is perfect, they not only were all decent actors and fit the roles, but they don't look like actors. They are people that you can see yourself going to high school with, not my white trash high school;), but from the average high school. Seth Green is in perfect form as the white boy who wishes he was black, posing and growling more than acting with others around him groaning. Ethan Embry plays a believable book worm, flawed and nerdish, but believably so. Jennifer Love Hewitt is the clas princess, and looks the part. She is pretty, but has the look of the girl next door not a model in teenager clothing. Rounding off the cast is the refreashing Lauren Ambrose playing the bitter intellectual. She was rated as the new Jeannine Garafalo, unfortunate she didn't do much after this as she was a better actress than Jeannine. As well as the underrated Charlie Korsmo, playing the uber nerd of the class. Interestingly this was his last performance before joining the department of energy.
As previously stated, they don't really break any new ground. The white boy wishing he was a black guy has a moment of self realization. The bitter intellectual realizes that she might be at fault for her lonliness and hooks up with a very unlikely person. The quiet book worm gets courage to ask out someone who was beyond his level. The jock has a sobering moment when he sees where is life is headed. etc........
No new ground broken, but it is treated more seriously than most movies of its genre.
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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
This movie has been out of print on blu-ray in the USA for a few years. Which led to prices being jacked up on ebay in the $100 range. Thankfully I was able to buy this version, which is the exact same disc as the US version. Only difference is the french text on the cover (not a big deal). I suggest that if you are an American browsing this site, buy this version! I had to pay $10 for shipping, but that is a small price to pay to actually have this movie!
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Format: VHS Tape
Okay, I know some of you are probably thinking that this movie will be just like all the other teen flicks. Well, it's not. It's a wild movie, almost all taking place at a huge party. There are tons of subplots, ranging from the revenge of the geeks to a band breakup to getting stuck in a bathroom. It was a really believable movie too-I can see some people I know as the characters, and there are lots of references to what's happened to characters in the past, so it doesn't feel like the movie's starting from nowhere. Most of the plot revolves around a guy named Preston wanting to tell the (former)most popular girl in class that he loves her, but even that part's funny, especially Preston's reasoning for why he has a "connection" with her. One thing I really enjoyed about this movie was seeing so many faces I recognized from popular movies and shows. Donald Adeosun Faison(Clueless, scrubs), Jerry O'Connell(the 60s), Melissa Joan Hart(Sabrina the teenage witch), Breckin Meyer(Clueless, Inside Schwartz), Selma Blair(legally blonde, the sweetest thing), Seth Peterson(Providence), Seth Green(Austin Powers), and Lauren Ambrose(6 feet under)all have minor roles.
Overall, this is a wildly funny movie. It's a great movie to watch with your pals. I dunno why it's so overlooked, but don't let this one pass you by. Enjoy!
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Format: VHS Tape
In my opinion, this is one of the best teen movies ever made. While the main characters seem somewhat stereotypical at first, all of the characters (well, almost all of them) break down the barriers of high school cliquedom and discover something about themselves and their high school classmates. The whole movie centers around a party on graduation night. Preston (Ethan Embry) has carried a torch for Amanda (the gorgeous Jennifer Love Hewitt) ever since meeting her as a freshman. After four years, Amanda has just been dumped by her jock boyfriend, and Preston is convinced that fate will finally bring him and Amanda together. A series of "signs" convinces him to tell Amanda how he feels about her--this task becomes pretty complicated as the night progresses. Meanwhile, there are other wonderful subplots. Seth Green is hilarious as a jive-talking, would-be playboy determined to find a girl at the party; he ends up stuck in a bathroom with a girl he was good friends with before he tried to join the cool crowd in high school. The obligatory nerd goes to the party with a plan to humiliate Amanda's ex-boyfriend for having picked on him for years, and he ends up becoming the life of the party. His drunken performance of GNR's "Paradise City" is not to be missed. A lot of things happen throughout the movie, but the only person who really comes out a loser is Amanda's ex-boyfriend.
As a former nerd, I enjoyed seeing the self-absorbed jock get humiliated, the nerd become temporarily popular, and the shy guy stand a chance of getting the girl.
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