This Week in 1986: 'Pretty in Pink'

You don't need us to tell you what an iconic movie 'Pretty in Pink' was. (Well, if you do, read this.) A quarter-century after its release (on Feb. 28, 1986), it remains the model for teen-romance movies, the dramatic peak of Molly Ringwald's career as a teen idol (also, the moment she graduated from John Hughes High School to enter the uncertain world of adulthood), and a defining pop-culture moment for Gen X–ers. Still, even if you've watched the movie dozens of times (as if this time, for once, maybe Andie wouldn't throw over Duckie for Blane), there still may be some things about it that you don't know.
Take Me Home Tonight
Based on 28 critics

A directionless college grad (Topher Grace) hatches a plan to win his dream girl. Read More

Based on 35 critics

A sheltered chameleon (Johnny Depp) becomes the sheriff of a frontier town. Read More

Based on 26 critics

After a spurned classmate curses him, a teen will be forever ugly unless he finds love. Read More

The Adjustment Bureau
Based on 41 critics

A man (Matt Damon) battles the agents of Fate to be with the woman (Emily Blunt) he loves. Read More

Pretty In Pink
Based on 12 critics

Rich teen (Andrew McCarthy) asks an unpopular one (Molly Ringwald) to senior prom. Read More

October 24, 2016
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