Sixteen Candles
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A girl's "sweet" sixteenth birthday becomes anything but special, as she suffers from every embarrassment possible.

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Chicago Tribune - 9/10 by Gene Siskel The best teenage comedy since last year's "Risky Business."
Variety - 8/10 by Variety Staff There's also a darkly handsome high school heartbreak kid (Michael Schoeffling), a merciful brisk pace, some quick humor (visual and verbal), and a solid music track.
Austin Chronicle - 8/10 by Marjorie Baumgarten Molly Ringwald is radiant here as the eternal teen looking for love.
Common Sense Media - 8/10 by Randy White Racy, drunken, hilarious '80s high school comedy.
Montreal Film Journal - 8/10 by Kevin N. Laforest The plot is kinda corny, yet really enjoyable. The predictable happy end actually make you grin with pleasure.
Chicago Sun-Times - 8/10 by Roger Ebert A sweet and funny movie about two of the worst things that can happen to a girl on her sixteenth birthday.
The New York Times - 7/10 by Janet Maslin The movie is cheerful and light, showcasing Mr. Hughes's knack for remembering all those aspects of middle-class American adolescent behavior that anyone else might want to forget.
Mania.com - 7/10 by Rob Vaux High school is high school no matter what the date, and Hughes ensures that the constancies of that age remain unchanged.
DVDTalk.com - 7/10 by Brian Orndorf Candles is a brazenly mischievous, consistently uproarious comedy that christens the devastating Hughes-fu with vivacious results.
Antagony & Ecstasy - 7/10 by Tim Brayton A high school film just smart enough to be special and bad enough that it could be improved upon.
Chicago Reader - 6/10 by Dave Kehr As the girl, Molly Ringwald is natural and appealing, but she's lost in a world of blunt, vicious caricatures.
Boston Globe - 6/10 by Jay Carr Along with the lapses of taste that have become standard in pictures aimed at teen audiences, filmmaker John Hughes offers moments of wit and warmth.

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