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The Pick-Up Artist

(1987) PG-13 81min.
 
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With this rote but well-cast romantic comedy, writer-director James Toback began his long association with actor Robert Downey, Jr. The latter stars as Jack Jericho, a grade school teacher and smooth operator who zealously polishes his cliched ... Read More
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September 02, 2008
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robert downey jr was great.so was molly ringwald.he was so nice and careing.

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